Nowadays, when we talk about computers, the topic that always comes up is security. We install antivirus and change our password regularly.
Yet we often forget to protect ourselves from the indiscreet looks of the person behind us. And, with the advent of the cell phone as a working tool, our personal data is more than ever vulnerable to prying eyes.
Luckily, two members of Google’s research team shared with us their prototype for a new Android feature. The duo has managed to develop a software, tested on a Pixel phone, able to detect when a second person casts an indiscreet look on your phone. And this in less than 2 milliseconds. This is powered by TensorFlowLite, Google’s latest venture into AI and machine learning.