Google, the world's leading company, is testing the new face resolution technology in the next pixel 4 of its Pixel series, some reports have found new updates. Google is also collecting face data for research related to this tech. Search engine company employees are asking people on the streets of New York for their face data and are being paid $5 (around Rs 340) in return. Google employees say that data like this is being collected in many cities. Let's know the full details
For your information, Google employees get people's permission and sign a consent form before taking face data. The face is then scanned and people get a $5 gift card in return. Users have different opinions about privacy. Some say they've connected to Google almost the entire life and will stay even further and their data is already saved in Google's servers. On the other hand, many users said that data privacy was like an illusion and now the facial photo was not private at all. Google is mobilizing data in this new way in many cities. Google's approach to data collection is seen as a sign that the company may offer a face unlock feature with special technology in the Pixel 4, which will be launched in the last quarter of this year. While most companies use methods such as online data collection, Google is taking face data on the streets after users have been allowed.
A recent report said that a large number of Google employees are taking permission to go to a large number of people and collect face data and collect data. These employees are collecting data 'to improve next-generation facial resolution phone unlocking'. A report by Android Police says that the face data of users in pixel 3 XL is being collected for a 'future Google product'. The gesture is believed to be on the part of the Google Pixel 4.The main thing is that the data is being stored in a very large case in a hidden phone. With the case, it's hard to see what's inside, though it's believed to be the Pixel 4. Once the user has consented, the hidden-phone has to use selfie mode to rotate the face on different angles and scan the face data. Instead, Google employees are offering Amazon or Starbucks gift cards.
According to media reports, he spent about five minutes to scan his face data in a hidden phone. Google employees say their teams are doing the same in many cities. The user also signed on to a form, which means that Google can use its face data. A screen guard photo leaked in the past showed several cutouts on the front panel of the Pixel 4. One of them is believed to be for Google's new Face Unlock technology and will rival Google Apple's Face ID.
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