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State Lawmakers Wrongly Identified As Criminals On Amazon Recognition Software

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State Lawmakers Wrongly Identified As Criminals On Amazon Recognition Software

State Lawmakers Wrongly Identified As Criminals On Amazon Recognition Software

A recent test of facial recognition technology ended with a fail as some state lawmakers turned up as suspected criminals.

Betty Yu reports.

(8-13-2019)


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