Amazon's facial-recognition AI is supercharging police in Oregon. But what if Rekognition gets it wrong?
– A sheriff's office in Oregon is using Amazon Rekognition to help track down criminal suspects. Is this a dangerous precedent against privacy? –
More than 1,000 facial-recognition searches were logged last year, said deputies, who sometimes used the results to find a suspect’s Facebook page, visit their home or make an arrest.
Un homme couvre un visage pendant un essai sur la voie publique de reconnaissance faciale de la police britannique : il est arrêté, harcelé puis condamné à une amende.
Man covers face during UK police face recognition trial: gets stopped, harassed and fined.
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