Do we – the public – have a voice in the facial recognition debate?

Stephanie Hare, Author of Technology Ethics, highlights that it’s difficult to know how our data is being captured, used for or against us as it’s an opaque space with more questions than answers.

However, we do have a voice! Here she is at teissLondon2020 outlining what we – the public – can do to steer the debate on facial recognition.




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