facial recognition software
‘They Would Go Absolutely Nuts’: How a Mark Cuban-Backed Facial Recognition Firm Tried to Work With Cops
Suspect Technologies tried to convince police to hand over a database of driver license photos, and pitched a product that would scan for people of a certain ethnicity.
California Spent Nearly $1.8 Million on Controversial Facial Recognition Software
NeoFace is capable of 1,500,000 searches a day, and appears to be fully integrated with a massive array of police databases.
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