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  • People fear potential bias of Amazon's AI face recognition
  • People fear potential bias of Amazon's AI face recognition
    Matthew Henry (2016) ©
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People fear potential bias of Amazon's AI face recognition

The ACLU has discovered that Amazon is covertly selling its facial-recognition technology to US police departments. At a time when people fear AI and race-relations are fraught in America, Amazon’s lack of transparency in selling surveillance tech to the police isn’t helping.

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