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It is fully illustrated with over photographs, diagrams, and charts. The book is available from Amazon. This site supports the book with additional lesson plans, exercises, links to useful software, and other ITGS teaching resources. You can also view a detailed table of contents and download a free sample chapter. However, the great thing about this article is the numerous links to related articles, covering everything from the risk of hacking facial recognition systems to a set of proposed ethical guidelines for companies using facial recognition. Updated: How To Run An Ethical IT Shop This article from Microsoft highlights some best practices for companies who are considering implementing facial recognition technology in the workplace.

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It is fully illustrated with over photographs, diagrams, and charts. The book is available from Amazon. This site supports the book with additional lesson plans, exercises, links to useful software, and other ITGS teaching resources. You can also view a detailed table of contents and download a free sample chapter.

However, the great thing about this article is the numerous links to related articles, covering everything from the risk of hacking facial recognition systems to a set of proposed ethical guidelines for companies using facial recognition. Updated: How To Run An Ethical IT Shop This article from Microsoft highlights some best practices for companies who are considering implementing facial recognition technology in the workplace.

Updated: Facial recognition in China Big Brother facial recognition needs ethical regulations discusses the rampant use of facial recognition technology in China. This includes a huge range of facial recognition technologies for everything from traffic cameras to public toilets.

How China Is Using A. These are three truly frightening articles that highlight the potential for misuse and abuse of technologies such as facial recognition.

This code provides guidance for professionals who work in the computing industry; respecting privacy is one of its key requirements. Updated: The Verge reports that the US plans to implement facial recognition technology at its top 20 airports for all international passengers, with the aim of improving security and efficiency. Forbes and CNET articles both question whether we should be concerned about this technology and its effects on privacy.

Updated: How Facial Recognition Works. HowStuffWorks is a go-to site for understanding more about many technologies. Its pages on facial recognition technology have a great level of detail, explaining the different factors that are used to take measurements and how templates are constructed. This is an essential read for the case study. Their website offers some interesting case studies highlighting the use of their products - such as reducing retail theft in stores and catching wanted criminals.

As you might imagine, the website focuses solely on the positives of facial recognition technology, but it is still an essential read to understand the technology and how it might develop in the future. Cognitec offer a range of facial recognition applications.

These include security, law enforcement, and border control. It is easy to see how SEACS might implement a similar technology to for example recognise their customers as they enter a shop. Face Plus is another facial recognition company. Their website contains a set of good images to help students understand the biometric process.

I found myself asking how this might affect the validity of the search and comparison. Updated: Meadowhall shoppers scanned in facial recognition trial is a very recent August article about the trial of facial recognition technology at a large shopping centre mall in the UK. Notably, this trial was conducted without the consent of the shoppers involved. Similar to the article above, facial recognition technology was used in an area of London without informing the public or obtaining their consent.

EFF, The Electronic Frontier Foundation, has an excellent page on facial recognition technology which covers how the technology works, its uses, and some very interesting potential problems. The article makes excellent background reading for the case study. Updated: You can view previous updates to the website here. This site contains resources for ITGS teachers and students, including a sample chapter, exercises, lesson ideas, and further reading.

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This innovative course lies within Group 3 which examines individuals and societies. It uses an integrated approach, encouraging students to make informed judgements and decisions about the role of information and communication technologies in contemporary society. Teachers are entrusted to use professional judgement in determining the best delivery of the ITGS course. The ITGS triangle Composed of three strands, with interrelating topics within each: Key features of the curriculum and assessment models Two courses are offered, Standard Level SL that requires hours of teaching time over two years, and Higher Level HL that requires hours. The ITGS triangle lies at the heart of the pedagogy. ITGS requires students to have strong research and higher order thinking skills.

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