The full-body scanners that used X-rays to create what look like nude images of passengers have been packed away and removed from airports across the country. The or so machines were removed about two weeks ago, before the June 1 deadline set by Congress. The scanner is made by L-3 Communications Holdings Inc. The X-ray scanners made by Rapiscan Systems in Torrance were removed after Congress required all airport scanners to use privacy-protecting software, such as the technology used by L Rapiscan did not create the software for its X-ray scanners. Rotenberg said he worries that the L-3 scanners may also be creating and keeping digital images of passengers.
TSA stops using ‘nude scanners’
TSA stops using 'nude scanners' - Los Angeles Times
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A startup bankrolled by Bill Gates is about to conduct the first public trials of high-speed body scanners powered by artificial intelligence AI , the Guardian can reveal. Evolv uses the same millimetre-wave radio frequencies as the controversial, and painfully slow, body scanners now found at many airport security checkpoints. However, the new device can complete its scan in a fraction of second, using computer vision and machine learning to spot guns and bombs. This means individuals can simply walk through a scanning gate without stopping or even slowing down — like the hi-tech scanners seen in the sci-fi film Total Recall.
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