33 Blog Posts From the Facial Recognition Tag


Contact Tracing in the Time of COVID-19 Crisis

Contact Tracing in the Time of COVID-19 Crisis

Written by Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director with Joe Cadillic, MassPrivatel Blog The Street Surveillance Watch Blog comes to you biweekly on the National Motorists Association Blog. If you have comments or suggestions, write a comment after this blog or contact us at [email protected] Contact Tracing in the Time of COVID-19 Crisis Disturbing surveillance trends […]

Street Surveillance Watch Blog: Discussion on Surveillance during the Time of the COVID-19 Crisis

Street Surveillance Watch Blog: Discussion on Surveillance during the Time of the COVID-19 Crisis

Written by Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director with Joe Cadillic, MassPrivatel Blog Street Surveillance Watch Blog comes to you biweekly on the National Motorists Association Blog. We started this blog because the proliferation of street surveillance continues unabated and has a significant impact on the driving public. We will do our best to give you […]

Minding Your Mood and your Eyeballs

Minding Your Mood and your Eyeballs

Memory seats are nice. But how about mood minders? In-car sensors that assess your state of mind via eye movements, facial expressions, gestures — even your rising (or falling) heartbeat — and adjust the car accordingly? Some of this is already here. Some new cars come standard with “drowsy driver” monitoring systems. Cameras embedded in the dash […]

ATE Racket Report for November 25, 2019

ATE Racket Report for November 25, 2019

Curated by Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director Editor’s Note: The ATE Racket Report will be taking a vacation next week, December 2, 2019 and will return again on December 9, 2019. The ATE Racket Report is a weekly feature of the NMA blog. We want to bring the issues of automated traffic enforcement to our […]

Decided Lingo for Automated Driver Assistance Technology (ADAS)—Will it Stick? (And, of course, other news)

Decided Lingo for Automated Driver Assistance Technology (ADAS)—Will it Stick? (And, of course, other news)

By Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director Four national groups pushed out a statement this week advocating that we should all unite in the adoption of a common naming system for advanced driver assistance technology (ADAS). AAA, Consumer Reports, J.D. Power and the National Safety Council are asking all safety groups, automakers and automotive industry journalists […]

Traffic Attorney, DUI Attorney, and Personal Injury Attorney Testimonials

Florida
Boris Lavent, Miami Personal Injury Lawyer

Miami personal injury attorney with a proven track record of fighting for car accident victims to make sure they get the money the deserve.

California
Vikas Bajaj, San Diego Criminal Defense Lawyer

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California
Hedding Law Firm, Los Angeles Criminal Defense Lawyer

Top-rated law firm by Martindale-Hubbell with the highest possible rating in Los Angeles for both legal ability and ethical standards. Free consultation at 213-374-3952.

Maryland
Maryland Criminal Defense Lawyer Kush Arora

A seasoned Maryland traffic lawyer ready to defend you against DUI and reckless driving charges.

California
DAG Law Firm

With over 2 decades of experience, our Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorney can assist with car, motorcycle, semi-truck, pedestrian, & bus accidents.

California
Richard Morse III, San Diego Personal Injury Lawyer

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