Facial Recognition is a Threat to People of Color

Bloomberg Law
August 18, 2020

"As concerns of racial bias in facial recognition software grow, the Department of Homeland Security has plans to use it in airports and to monitor Black Lives Matter protests. Cooley partner Travis LeBlanc, a board member of the US Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, says now’s the time for the government to require companies to look for and identify racial inequities in the design of new products or technologies."

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