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Facial Recognition Technology Disproportionately Affects African Americans

A Georgetown University think tank and the American Civil Liberties Union, along with 52 other civil liberties organizations are urging the U.S. Department of Justice to look into the way federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies use face recognition technology, which they says is having a “disparate impact on communities of color.” On Tuesday, […]
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