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Questions about AI police surveillance stretch down the supply chain

As government use of facial recognition grows deeper and broader, so do questions about the supply chains delivering new systems….


Surveillance cameras to reach 1 billion by 2021 as face biometrics for police, schools, retail roll out

There will be one billion surveillance cameras in operation around the world by 2021, up nearly 30 percent from 770…


Pakistan executes AI-powered criminal identification system

Pakistan is rapidly advancing into a technologically advanced era, and its provinces are embracing innovation to transform law enforcement systems….


US city board wants more than executive order on police use of facial recognition

Facial recognition is the means to many ends across the United States. The mayor of St. Louis, Mo., for instance,…


Buenos Aires’s facial recognition system to be examined by court

Buenos Aires’ notorious facial recognition system, which has been deployed to track journalists, politicians and activists, is due to be…


China’s biometric surveillance in Tibet matures to integration projects

The Chinese government in Tibet is linking the various biometric surveillance systems and databases. It’s the next logical step after…


Expansive facial recognition surveillance coming to Hong Kong, Bahrain, South Africa

The use of facial recognition technology for law enforcement has proven controversial, but not enough to deter authorities around the…


The use of live FRT by British police makes the UK an outlier among democratic states

By Professor Karen Yeung, Interdisciplinary Professorial Fellow in Law, Ethics and Informatics Birmingham Law School and School of Computer Science,…


UK university to investigate AI in policing

The UK police have been ramping up the use of facial recognition, biometric data and artificial intelligence with plans to…


Ireland shows how police can ignore biometric privacy concerns and promises

Those who see face surveillance by law enforcement as a danger to civil rights keep hoping that their warnings will…

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