77: The State and Facial Recognition

Published: June 17, 2019, 4 a.m.

Facial recognition technology is growing more and more pervasive around the world. This has led to adoption by companies for security, but also by governments for the purposes of policing and controlling. We look at recent stories from London, China, and San Francisco to discuss some troubling trends.


Police Stop People for Covering their Faces

Facial Recognition Wrongly Identifies Public as Potential Criminals 96% of Time, Figures Reveal

Artificial Intelligence has been Weaponized in China

US Firms are Helping Build China's Orwellian State

China Is Using Facial Recognition to Track Ethnic Minorities, Even in Beijing

San Francisco Bans Agency Use of Facial-Recognition Technology

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