Portland plans to propose the strictest facial recognition ban in the country

Portland plans to propose the strictest facial recognition ban in the country

Previous bans, like San Francisco’s, have focused on government because of concerns over how police might abuse the technology if officers place too much trust in its often questionable accuracy.“The technology has high rates of false positives for women and people of color, which means they will be more likely misidentified and targeted for things they didn’t do, or for being in places they weren’t actually in,” Portland city commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty says in an email.

Is Data Collection Evil?

Is Data Collection Evil?

In Cliqz’s case, XXX is a search engine and a privacy-preserving browser .Evilness does not necessarily come out of the data itself but rather from how and why it is collected.

Your face has been sold off! More than 5000 face photos sold online for 10 yuan

Your face has been sold off! More than 5000 face photos sold online for 10 yuan

Users who did not register for face recognition would not be able to enter the park after October 17, so they need to carry the annual card to the zoo to handle the upgrade business as soon as possible.

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