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A New Tool Jams Facial Recognition Technology With Digital Doppelgängers

Brighter AI promises to protect protesters. But is it enough?

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There are many reasons why the movement to ban the police from using facial recognition technology is growing. This summer, reporters at the New York Times and Detroit Free Press revealed that Detroit police officers used faulty facial…




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Evan Selinger

Prof. Philosophy at RIT. Latest book: “Re-Engineering Humanity.” Bylines everywhere.

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