Hmm, this NATIONAL POST ONLINE News story has got me thinking. How is this really a privacy issue? We are talking about people out in public, showing their faces in public, in areas that are known to use video surviellence. I don’t see the problem with digitizing the faces and comparing them to a mugshot data base. It does cause one to think of other applications. One could compare the faces of customers of retail shops to those of known shoplifters.
According to Brian’s Belly – The Belly News, the habanero pepper has been dethroned as the world’s hottest pepper.
Something is disturbing about this article about “Food-eating robot is born“. Is it really a good idea to build a robot that could consider us a fuel source?