Microsoft to Restrict Facial Recognition Capabilities for ‘Responsible AI’

Microsoft to Restrict Facial Recognition Capabilities for Responsible AI-01

To make sure that its facial recognition technology complies with ethical AI principles, Microsoft is eliminating some functionalities from its AI service. Microsoft intends to limit some facial recognition features for both new and existing users starting this week and within a year. 

According to a recent blog post, beginning on June 21, new customers will need to apply for access to use facial recognition functions in the Azure Face API, Computer Vision, and Video Indexer. Current customers have a year to apply and receive approval for continued access to these services based on their use cases. 

According to Microsoft officials, restricting access will bring a new level of scrutiny to the company’s facial recognition systems, which will support the Responsible AI Standard.

Read More: https://www.zdnet.com/article/microsoft-to-curtail-some-of-its-facial-recognition-capabilities-in-the-name-of-responsible-ai/

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