Tag: facial recognition

Total 2 Posts

Total 2 Posts

5 Common Sense Facial Recognition Policies

The 2015 death of Baltimore’s Freddie Gray Jr. in police custody led to ten days of public outcry. The aftermath of the protests further damaged the public’s trust once they found out what police had been up to. The ACLU of North Carolina uncovered the fact that the Baltimore Police Department used facial recognition tools

Predicting Technology Futures by Examining Our Past

As a former technologist, I had long believed that it was impossible to really foresee how a new technology development might impact society. But through my academic research on facial recognition in schools, I learned that we can make surprisingly nuanced and accurate predictions.  Take, for example, facial recognition. While law enforcement has used facial