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The Stream 3h
Do you live in the UK? What do you think of authorities using facial recognition technology to fight crime? Tweet us or record a short comment here:
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The Stream 5h
"Chinese start-ups have built algorithms that the government uses to track members of a largely Muslim minority group." What do you think of the way facial recognition technology is being developed and used to target minority communities?
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The Stream 6h
Are you following conversations around the use of facial recognition in the UK? What do you think of law enforcement's use? What policies or regulations would you like to see implemented?
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The Stream 8h
What do you think of China’s use of facial recognition technology? Tweet us your thoughts and questions for Thursday’s show.
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The Stream 10h
“The contemporary surveillance structure cannot be delinked from the ensnaring and dehumanizing of black people.” What are some of the risks to people of colour of facial recognition technology?
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The Stream 11h
Why do sectarian tensions still simmer in Sri Lanka? The Stream takes a look at the fallout from a recent wave of anti-Muslim violence. Watch here:
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The Stream 11h
Replying to @sahaafi
Thanks for this. Tweet us more about how it's specifically good for these different groups and more details about the potential negatives.
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The Stream 11h
Thursday on our show we cover facial recognition technology. Tweet us about the state of the debate in China - what are there different interests, concerns, applications and abuses? You can also record a 30 second video comment here:
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The Stream 11h
Thursday on our show we cover facial recognition technology. How would you explain what it is and how it can be used to our international audience? Tweet us or record a video comment in 30 seconds here:
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The Stream 12h
"China’s aim is to build a system that can recognize all 1.4 billion of its citizens within three seconds and with a 90 percent accuracy rate." What do you think of China's use of facial recognition technology - what could be the risks and benefits?
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The Stream 12h
We definitely want to hear from you (and everyone you tagged). Would be great to have you all tweet us for our show so we can bring up your points and perspectives.
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The Stream 13h
San Francisco became the first city in the US to ban facial recognition technology. Government and police agencies, though, say such systems can help fight crime and improve public safety. Do you think other cities should also ban the technology – why or why not?
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The Stream 13h
Many thanks to our guests today , and Bernard Foing. If you missed today’s show, you can watch the full episode here:
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The Stream 13h
Replying to @nova_road
"When it comes time to go to Mars, the first humans, there will be an international effort, everybody is going to have their hands in it," says .
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The Stream 13h
Replying to @Ryan_N_Watkins
"No one owns the moon. The US has gone to the moon, we've planted flags but we don't own the that soil beneath," says .
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The Stream 13h
Replying to @Ryan_N_Watkins
"There's a lot of work that needs to be done but I think it's very feasible and I'm excited to see all of the excitement from the [Trump] administration and the commercial companies," says about humans going to the Moon in five years.
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The Stream 13h
Replying to @nova_road
"Exploring the moon and building the architecture to get there and the infrastructure to stay there is like building the internet... Anybody who wants to get involved with space exploration may now have that platform to go do so," says .
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The Stream 13h
Replying to @nova_road
"If there wasn't money to be made, there wouldn't be any innovation right now," says about what's driving the commercial space industry.
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The Stream 13h
Replying to @Ryan_N_Watkins
"We're going not only to stay on the moon to use the resources, to explore to learn science. But we're also going to get to Mars," says .
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The Stream 13h
Replying to @AJStream
"The moon is our 8th continent. Why do we want to go to the moon? For peace, for science, for technology," says Bernard Foing.
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