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A huge school facial-recognition database in China was left open on the Web, exposing thousands of students' photos, parents' names and location data . More on facial recognition for kids in the U.S.: / .
"It’s creepy what they’re doing, but there will be many more of these companies. There is no monopoly on math. Absent a very strong federal privacy law, we’re all screwed" @kashhill
Facial-recognition surveillance on the general public is becoming the new normal today in London. Which city will be next?
New: Colleges are tracking students' location to enforce attendance, analyze their behavior and assess their mental health. One company calculates a student's “risk score” based on factors such as whether she is going to the library enough
A group tested Amazon's facial-recognition software on Denver City Council members. Nine of them were falsely identified as sex offenders, and in some cases the system was 92% confident they were a match @JPorter_News