Author: Jim Dudley and Doug Wyllie
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Last year, rights groups and even Amazon employees and stockholders sought to stop that company from providing its Rekognition software to law enforcement agencies. By all accounts, that effort has failed, as police are using the software—as well as solutions from other vendors—more and more to identify wanted criminals, missing people and suspected terrorists spotted on video. In this podcast segment, Jim and Doug discuss the use of facial recognition technology, its limitations, and its potential for the future.
What police departments should consider before implementing facial recognition software
Facial recognition technology and a ‘reasonable expectation of privacy’
Legal, privacy concerns to consider before implementing iris-scanning technology
How facial recognition solves cases in Indiana
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