Filed Under: “Facial recognition”

After massive public outcry, IRS ditches plans for facial recognition


Federal lawmakers joined with advocacy groups that argued requiring biometric information to access records online is a “creepy and disturbing strike” at privacy and security

I used to think facial recognition in policing was no big deal — until I was wrongfully arrested because of it


Facial recognition software isn’t reliable and often enables racism

Using facial recognition AI for policing is phrenology with computers


Criminologists and sociologists long ago rejected the idea that criminality could be determined by head shape


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