Facial detection has all sorts of technological and ethical questions. What if we tried to prevent crime by exercising software to spot weapons?
A new round of debate over surveillance engineering broke out after the riot at the U.S. Capitol on January 6. As some oberservers wisely pointed out, such episodes make it inviting to tighten restrictions on surveillance engineerings such as facial identification in the name of safety, but relenting to those lures could lead to a rapid eroding of privacy and civil liberties. The Patriot Act Congress chose after 9/11( and the mass surveillance curricula that followed) is a remarkable example.
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