Human rights community urges Novel York to ban police use of facial recognition

The skills has incessantly come up short in assessments for racial bias and has been restricted in assorted foremost cities across the US

Facial recognition skills amplifies racist policing, threatens the sterling to sing and desires to be banned globally, Amnesty World said because it urged Novel York City to cross a ban on its use in mass surveillance by legislation enforcement.

“Facial recognition risks being weaponised by legislation enforcement in opposition to marginalised communities across the arena,” said Matt Mahmoudi, AI and human rights researcher at Amnesty. “From Novel Delhi to Novel York, this invasive skills turns our identities in opposition to us and undermines human rights.

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