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Amazon’s Doorbell Cameras Recognize ‘Suspicious’ People By Their Face, Voice And Smell

Amazon’s Doorbell Cameras Recognize ‘Suspicious’ People By Their Face, Voice And Smell

by Ailan Evans Amazon was recently granted 17 patents for biometric doorbell technology that analyzes people’s faces, voice, skin texture and smell. Ring, Amazon’s doorbell and home surveillance business, was awarded a patent in July for facial recognition technology integrated with a doorbell camera that recognizes faces and notifies the homeowner of who is at […]

An American Guilt Trip: This is How the Terrorists Win

An American Guilt Trip: This is How the Terrorists Win

. . By Thomas L. Knapp On December 2, Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik burst into a meeting at San Bernadino, California’s Inland Regional Center and opened fire, killing 14 and wounding any more. The two were later killed in a shootout with the police. In the wake of this horrific attack, media reports […]