Google recently demonstrated an AI application that is capable of detecting the unwanted peeps of people into your phone which is a relief at both ends, personal and physical. The users can now be more confident about the safety of their smartphone and much more relaxed about the privacy of their data.
The security system developed by Google will prevent strangers in public from staring at our phones no matter how unethical it is. The “ESP” (Electronic Screen Protector) is designed and developed by Google engineers named Hee Jung and Florian Schroff. This digitized screen allows the surface of the display on any smartphone to become a detector which can easily track and recognize any facial recognition that seems strange to the device. Anyone in the public who is peeping into your phone can be easily recognized by the AI in smartphones and instantly, they can be asked to have some etiquettes. This advanced feature has yet not been released or introduced in the market. It is just a mere idea that was given attention by Google and later became a project worth billions of dollars.
In this world of increased malpractices and frauds, this feature in a smartphone will enable it to secure the personal data from corporate spies and nosey strangers who are always willing to achieve ample of everything with the most unlawful of acts. The feature will use the capabilities of front camera to detect any strange detection.
According to the initial prototype model and discussions, it was decided that whenever the front-facing camera of the phone detects an unusual and unwanted entity, it will directly close the all the windows being used by the user and simply turn on the front camera with a rainbow marked around the entity that is not required to be present in the given frame.