Man Wrongfully Arrested By Facial Recognition Tells Congress His Story
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July 13, 20212 min read, 481 words

Man Wrongfully Arrested By Facial Recognition Tells Congress His StoryMan Wrongfully Arrested By Facial Recognition Tells Congress His Story

Radhamely De Leon
 in vice.com
Published: July 13, 2021  |  2 min read, 481 words
Michigan resident Robert Williams testified about being wrongfully arrested by Detroit Police in an effort to urge Congress to pass legislation against the use of facial recognition technology. Williams' testimony was part of a hearing held by the House of Representatives' subc...
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Jul 14
This article gives decent background on the misuses of the technology in recent cases, but I feel the author should have gone into depth as to why "Research has repeatedly shown that facial recognition technology is fundamentally biased against women and people of color". Granted, another VICE article is linked in this sentence, but the author should pull out some of the key reasons for inaccurate identification.
Jul 14
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