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Alessandro is an Assistant Professor at Carnegie Mellon University. He's received national and international awards, including the 2005 PET Award for Outstanding Research in Privacy Enhancing Technologies and the 2005 IBM Best Academic Privacy Faculty Award. He's on to discuss his recent talk on [ Facial Recognition using Augmented Reality] presented at Blackhat and some other privacy research.
#Tell us about the facial recognition research - how fast were you able to ID users? Were you surprised by the media coverage?
#How does Augmented Reality fit in to the research?
#What was the inspiration for your [ Guns, Privacy, and Crime research]?


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