Criminal facial recognition software
District Attorney Michael E. McMahon, pictured in , said "strict protocols" are followed to ensure such rights aren't violated. The facial-recognition technology developed by Clearview AI allows users to upload a photo of an unidentified person and search for potential matches from its massive database. Critics contend Clearview AI treads on basic privacy and civil rights by collecting and storing data on individuals without their knowledge or consent. Critics warn the technology can potentially result in prosecution based on misidentification. At the time, 11 individuals in the office — detective investigators, criminal analysts and computer programmers — were listed as users of the software.
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How the Police Use Facial Recognition, and Where It Falls Short
Facial recognition gives police a powerful new tracking tool. It's also raising alarms.
Face recognition is a method of identifying or verifying the identity of an individual using their face. Face recognition systems can be used to identify people in photos, video, or in real-time. Law enforcement may also use mobile devices to identify people during police stops. Facial recognition software is particularly bad at recognizing African Americans and other ethnic minorities, women, and young people, often misidentifying or failing to identify them, disparately impacting certain groups. Additionally, face recognition has been used to target people engaging in protected speech. In the near future, face recognition technology will likely become more ubiquitous.
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Concerns as face recognition tech used to 'identify' criminals
The FBI isn't saying whether it is using facial recognition technology to identify suspects involved in the Capitol attack on Wednesday. Neither are any of the other seven agencies CNET reached out to over the weekend. Even so, facial recognition app Clearview AI has confirmed a spike in searches of its database used by law enforcement.
When investigating crimes in Massachusetts, law enforcement officers rely on a variety of methods. In most cases, police rely on statements from the alleged victim, physical evidence they gathered from the scene, video surveillance, and a host of other types of tactics. However, what can police officers do if no one recognized the suspect?
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