CHICAGO AND DETROIT HAVE BOUGHT REAL-TIME FACIAL RECOGNITION SYSTEMS | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


CHICAGO AND DETROIT HAVE BOUGHT REAL-TIME FACIAL RECOGNITION SYSTEMS

Civil liberties activists trying to inspire alarm about the authoritarian potential of facial recognition technology often point to China, where some police departments use systems that can spot suspects who show their faces in public. A report from Georgetown researchers on Thursday suggests Americans should also focus their concern closer to home.

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