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Tech & Science Terrorism: Djebbari "fairly favorable" to facial recognition in transport

15:05  25 october  2020
15:05  25 october  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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Terrorism is, in the broadest sense, the use of intentional violence for political or religious purposes. It is used in this regard primarily to refer to violence during peacetime or in the context of war against

The facial recognition solutions we are familiar with are ‘one-to-one’ and usually in a compliant setting where The test is fairly simple – is the person standing in front of the camera the same one recorded in the ‘One-to-many’ facial recognition technology can also be used outside of the train station

Dans le Grand Rendez-vous sur Europe 1 dimanche, le ministre chargé des Transports, Jean-Baptiste Djebbari s'est dit © Europe 1 In the Grand Rendez-vous on Europe 1 on Sunday, the Minister in charge of Transport, Jean-Baptiste Djebbari said he was "fairly favorable" to the proposal of the president of the Ile-de-France region to use facial recognition in transport in order to fight terrorism.

Jean-Baptiste Djebbari, Minister Delegate to the Minister of Ecological Transition, in charge of Transport was the guest of the Grand Rendez-vous, Sunday on Europe 1. Asked about the use of facial recognition and intelligence artificial in the fight against terrorism in transport, he said he was "fairly favorable". The day before, in an interview with Parisian , the president of the Ile-de-France region, Valérie Pécresse, advocated the use of facial recognition to fight against delinquency in transport networks, calling for the creation of a ethics committee.

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He had noticed facial recognition cameras in use while Christmas shopping in Cardiff city centre in 2018. Bridges was troubled by the intrusion. In general, Pantic says, the public overestimates the capabilities of facial recognition . In the absence of concrete details about the purpose of the

"We are looking for behaviors, not people"

"We did this during the start of the Covid, we were able to detect the number of people who wore the mask", he explains to justify his position on the subject . "This is how we were able to know that 95% of transport users wore the mask," adds the Minister, specifying that such a measure must however necessarily be reconciled with individual freedoms . "We are looking for behaviors, not people," he continues, referring to abandoned luggage and people who, in general, behave in a suspicious manner. "The idea of ​​using artificial intelligence is to detect suspicious behavior, and it's implemented in a lot of countries."

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French anti- terrorism prosecutor Jean-Francois Ricard told reporters the suspect, who had been granted a 10-year residency in France as a refugee in March, was armed with a knife and an airsoft gun, which fires plastic pellets.

Facial recognition is a way of recognizing a human face through technology. A facial recognition system uses biometrics to map facial features from a photograph or video. It compares the information with a database of known faces to find a match.

"We have a French law which is very protective", adds Jean-Baptiste Djebbari. "So the idea of ​​setting up an ethics committee to ask how we use the new technologies most effectively by reconciling that with individual freedoms, which are of constitutional rank, it is a path that seems to me entirely. is normal. "

If he does not really know if it will be a question of setting up

facial recognition or any other technology, the Minister in charge of Transport evokes, to date, "all the techniques" which allow to apprehend suspicious behavior. "I don't know if facial recognition is the best technique for detecting suspicious behavior, but most of the countries ahead on the subject rely heavily on it to detect abnormal behavior," he said, particularly naming the United States and Israel.

Regarding France, the Minister specifies that more than 4,000 security agents are already on the ground in Île-de-France to take care of the maintenance of public order in the stations and transport systems. "Safety is a continuum", he declares, saying he is ready to move forward with Valérie Pécresse on these subjects.

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