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Fight for the Future Aug 13
This is terrifying. Amazon is recklessly marketing its tech to law enforcement agencies, and now they're claiming their algorithm can smell your fear. This is the next phase of this type of surveillance: computers policing our emotions.
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Todd B. #IStandWithIlhan 21h
.: “the first 2020 candidate to call for a ban on the controversial technology.”
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🥀 John-Michael Williams 🌹 Aug 19
As part of my bill , I will include a section that calls for the banning of software by the police. It is Unconstitutional and an invasion of privacy by the government that will not stand.
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Rashida Tlaib Aug 12
I couldn't agree more superintendent . Surveillance of our children is egregious & irresponsible. is flawed and endangers our civil liberties.
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Fight for the Future Aug 19
BREAKING: just became the first 2020 candidate to call for a full Federal ban on law enforcement use of . This is huge. Every other candidate should follow suit right away.
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amunategui 22h
[We] discovered that our faces were being scanned secretly by private companies and have been for some time. Facial recognition is now rampant. The implications for our freedom are chilling
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Eva Aug 11
No one who saw my gown last night could tell you what my face looks like.
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hyprsense 6h
Sandie & Avery can be very expressive depending on your expressions! 🌈
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The Epoch Times Aug 19
“is not ready for prime time.” A test analyzed the faces of lawmakers by running them through a database that included 25,000 mugshots of convicted criminals. 1 of every 5 legislators was mistakenly identified as a criminal.
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Joseph Jerome 11h
“Even if worked to a high degree of accuracy (it will never be 100%), it still transforms us all into possible suspects, whose innocence must be proved by continuously checking us against watchlists.”
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Clayton Rice, Q.C. Aug 19
Facial recognition is now rampant. The implications for our freedom are chilling via |
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Chatbot para Empresa 11h
Vía: | "This is techno-racism.” For the last two years, Detroit police have secretly been using flawed technology to make arrests in the city.
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Olivia P. Walker Aug 17
Replying to @Kief_W @LinkedIn
You are very welcome! Thanks for reading.
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