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Amazon has taken a lot of heat from much of the tech press over its various facial recognition efforts. Most recently, this has come in the form of articles raising alarm bells about a patent application from its Ring subsidiary about using facial recognition in its doorbells to identify suspicious people. The Amazon Ring patent is for facial recognition using partial images from several connected cameras. For example, cameras at our house captured video of prowlers skulking up to our door and looking around late one night. A diagram from the Amazon Ring patent application.
Amazon-owned home security company Ring has long maintained that its video-enabled doorbells do not use facial recognition technology. On Wednesday, it reaffirmed that commitment to the Washington Post , stating that its devices do not employ the controversial tech that some US cities have banned. BuzzFeed News also found a presentation from Ring Ukraine's "head of face recognition research" online and direct references to the technology on its website.