It's scary (and really creepy), but we all saw this coming from a mile away.
As part of a campaign called “Bye Bye Red Eye,” the Dutch company Douwe Egberts set up coffee machines in airports, complete with facial recognition software, to dispense coffee to weary travelers.
You can leave your credit card at home — the world's first facial recognition payment system has arrived.
A new kind of facial detection system can pick your face out of a crowd and tell if you're bored, distracted, or focused.
Developed as a hackathon entry aimed at the medical applications of Google Glass, this hack is the first to offer the headgear facial recognition software.
Facebook has brought back its facial recognition software that makes tagging photos just so much easier and/or creepier.
Isao Echizen and Seiichi Goshi decided to put an end to facial recognition by creating a pair of glasses that will thwart any facial recognition attempts.
Stephen Hawking's battle with Lou Gehrig's disease continues, and his ability to communicate deteriorates. He's asked Intel to help come up with a solution.
If you're the kind of person who likes to hang out in the local Best Buy checking out its big home theater or playing video games without ever actually buying something, new security software could mess up your strategy.
Art historians have speculated for centuries about the true identity of Mona Lisa's sitter, but now researchers want to add a little 21st century technology into the mix.