Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The new AI-based tool uses the front-facing camera on a smartphone to pick out faces and identify anyone who is not the owner. Google has apparently built up another Artificial Intelligence (AI)- controlled innovation that cautions clients progressively when somebody takes a gander at their telephone over the shoulder. Called “electronic screen defender”, the product can utilize the forward looking camera on a cell phone to choose faces and distinguish any individual who isn’t the proprietor, The Register covered Tuesday. Such an innovation could be tremendously helpful as snooping isn’t recently disturbing. It can likewise bring about loss of information in specific cases. The method – which seems, by all accounts, to be only a scholarly task at this stage instead of a forthcoming element – will be exhibited at the December 4-9 Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) gathering in California, the report said. An innovation to avert over-bear snooping, in any case, isn’t new. Over a year back, HP presented tablets with its “Beyond any doubt View” innovation intended to counteract visual hacking with the press of a solitary catch. It clouds the screen unless saw confront on, making it troublesome for others to see data on the screen. Google’s electronic screen defender, be that as it may, recognizes the snooper. Furthermore, it works very quick. It takes two milliseconds to distinguish every individual’s look, 47 milliseconds for each face acknowledgment operation, and a normal of 115 milliseconds for each edge for confront recognition – insufficient time for a human to take a lot of a look, let alone to peruse private messages, the report said.