Would you sell Google your face for $5?
We should point out that if you are approached by Google to test out the company’s new facial recognition system, you will be asked to sign a waiver. Not that George cared about what was on it. He admittedly signed the document without giving it a proper read through. Why? As he put it, “Google basically has my whole life on their servers already. And removing Google from my life just isn’t going to happen from a practical point of view. I don’t really care about data privacy because I think it’s all an illusion anyway.”
The Apple iPhone uses a method called structured light for Face ID
We have seen photos of alleged screen protectors for both the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL that show a small vertical oval on the left side of the top bezel. Supposedly, that is where the facial recognition sensors will reside on the new handsets.
Arrows show where the facial recognition sensors are rumored to reside on the new Pixel 4 line