The EU might ban facial recognition tech for five yearsGet the Full StoryThe reasoning is that facial recognition tech is so new, yet rolling out so quickly, we simply can t know all the risks and drawbacks associated with it.
While facial recognition tech is pretty handy, and even still somewhat jaw-dropping when applied to personal technology, such as Apple s Face ID, which is found on iPhones, widespread use of the technology in public by private and governmental organizations risks turning where we live into a surveillance society the likes of which even Orwell would find alarming.Read Full Story
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