Recommended Reading: When facial recognition identifies the wrong person

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Wrongfully accused by an algorithmKashmir Hill, The New York TimesLaw enforcement at all levels are employing facial recognition for a variety of things. There are a number of issues with the technology and its uses for identifying potential suspects…
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