Microsoft Revamps Controversial AI-Powered Recall Feature Amid Privacy Concerns

Microsoft announced on Friday that it will make its highly criticized Recall feature driven by artificial intelligence (AI) opt-in and deactivate by default.

Recall is a “explorable visual timeline” that is presently in preview and will be available only on Copilot+ PCs on June 18, 2024. It works by taking screenshots of users’ screens every five seconds, which are then processed and interpreted to bring up pertinent data.

However, the security and privacy community swiftly reacted negatively to the feature, which was intended to function as a kind of AI-enabled photographic memory.

They chastised the company for failing to consider and put in place sufficient safeguards that could have prevented malicious actors from easily gaining access to a victim’s digital life read more Microsoft Revamps Controversial AI-Powered Recall Feature Amid Privacy Concerns.

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