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Maske accused Google Clips Artificial Intelligence camera blatantly ignoring privacy

via:CnBeta     time:2017/10/9 9:36:15     readed:425


So, but Google released a new artificial intelligence camera last week, Maske certainly not as ecstatic as ordinary users. He even accused Google of openly ignoring privacy.

Maske published a tweet the same day, also referred to the online release of a section by Clips shooting video. "They even disdain to make themselves 'look' very innocent," he said.

Clips can use artificial intelligence to determine the user may be interested in the face, and in the face of these people automatically take pictures. Take pictures will not flash, do not need to start the camera through the voice, so even the user does not know when to take pictures.

Google did not respond to Maske's comments. But the company spokesman said, Clips "is a camera, the purpose is to take the initiative to capture more important users of the moment - 7 seconds of the fragment.

"All machine learning is running on the camera," Clips said. "Clips will not transfer content in the same way as the traditional camera, and everything will be kept in the camera unless you take the initiative to export the photo."

Although Clips's main sales target is home users, but some people think that this product may be the same with Google glasses, because of suspected photographed and faced many problems.

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