It’s hard to know when and why face approval is being used in New York City. Ritchie Torres wants to change that.
Ritchie Torres was scandalized. In March, the New York City Council Member “ve learned” the New York Times that the iconic boasts and amusement realm Madison Square Garden, the acclaimed dwelling to the Knicks and the Rangers and an endless procession of realm performers, has applied facial identification software to checked the faces of spectators upon admission. Details remain inadequate, but the technology is meant to identify “problem” attendees by joining their faces to those stored in a database. Exercising the largely unregulated technology-and not telling the public what was being done with their faces -” radically challenges privacy as we know it ,” says Torres, who represents the Bronx.
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