Apple just unveiled it’s next generation smartphone called “iPhone Ten” or iPhone X and it has features filled with artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality (AI) that make some serious threats to user private data, such as Face ID data. And for security reasons, it’s not safe.
Back in 2015 hackers claimed that they can fool the Face ID with some very easy tricks like putting a photograph of a person in front of camera to unlock – and the system would take it as a real person.
What if a person is introverted or uncomfortable with surveillance? People already know to cover their cameras and microphones with duct tape to avoid being recorded. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg seems to think it’s necessary.
We are going through from a very crucial time in history where everyone is struggling to acquire as much data as they can no matter what because everyone knows data is power in future. We are going through the era of Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality and Robots, where users’s original data would play a very important role.
Apple implemented this brand new feature “Face ID“. You don’t need a six digits passcode or TouchID to unlock your smartphone, your face would do the thing – just look at your new iPhone X and it will unlock automatically. You can see how powerful and efficient these systems are and imagine how they are manipulating with your real information.
Your face is unique and these systems can so powerful that even great changes on your face like you raised beard or long hairs or moustaches – your friends may not recognize you but iPhone X would identify you.