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Minneapolis ban facial recognition for police use

Minneapolis ban facial recognition for police use

The city of Minneapolis voted unanimously on Friday to ban facial recognition software for police use. The new ban will block the Minneapolis Police Department from using any facial recognition technology, including software by Clearview AI. The vote is a landmark decision in the city that set off racial justice protests across the country after the killing of George Floyd last year.

PappaOwl 1 months

Face recognition technology is laughably bad at times. Some programs will give high confidence ratios for clear miss matches. However, according to CSIS the programs are improving and some have few problems. Just make sure your town is buying the right one.

Idiot Prole
Idiot Prole 1 months

There is a tool which changes your images on the pixel level to fool facial recognition systems. Worth a look.

Tulsi Gabbard for Pres 🙏
Tulsi Gabbard for Pres 🙏 1 months

I am noticing a trend in which stories get chosen by the AI and have mixed links... All related to tech, China and the agenda behind the Great Reset

Eric 1 months

I just read where they are spending 6 million in recruiting efforts for new officers. A pretty good budget for a place that wanted to get rid of police officers.

Joseph Cribari
Joseph Cribari 1 months

I mean, what other purpose does it serve

Jackson 1 months

Another win!

D 1 months

Minneapolis, we don't want police to be able to catch our criminals that work for us.

Iam 1 months

4th amendment violation. It clearly says PERSON in the 4th.

Ver 1 months

Very efficient with masks

ConcealCarryProtect 1 months

Big brother only huh?

wilhemena 1 months

excellent news for bank robbers!

Beijing Biden
Beijing Biden 1 months

This i can fully agree with.

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