Google(NASDAQ:GOOG) collects face data now. Here’s what It means & how into opt outCNET #Nest_HubSeptember 11, 2019
Here’s a look at how Google and other tech companies record, save, process and use facial recognition data collected by devices such as the Nest Hub Max, as well as some suggestions for what, if anything, you can do to limit that access.
Face Match is a feature on Google’s new Nest Hub Max that uses a front-facing camera and always-on facial recognition software to help it identify which household member is currently using it.
It works like Android Face Unlock and Apple’s FaceID, and uses software similar to what you see in Google Photos , Apple Photos and Facebook to identify people.
Instead of a manual sign-in, Google’s Face Match lets you scan your face to create a “face model,” which the Nest Hub Max then uses to present personalized information about your calendar appointments, text messages and so on.
When the Google Nest Hub Max’s Face Match features is turned on, yes.
So far, the Nest Hub Max is the first device with such always-on face detection.
Security cameras with facial recognition tech inside
There are three ways to prevent the Google Nest Hub Max from storing facial data or constantly scanning for faces.
(Here’s how to disable Facebook’s facial recognition software now.)
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