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Facial recognition software fails to correctly identify people '96 percent of the time,' according to Detroit's chief of police

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Facial recognition software fails to correctly identify people '96 percent of the time,' according to Detroit's chief of police· *In Detroit, where facial recognition software is used in police investigations, the software fails "96% of the time," according to Detroit Police Chief James Craig.*
· *Craig said as much during a public meeting on Monday, Vice reported. "If we were just to use the technology by itself, to identify someone, I would say 96%...
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The Boston City Council unanimously approved an ordinance that will ban face tracking. This includes the purchase and use of facial recognition technology by city officials and police. Detroit police arrested and interrogated a man after facial recognition incorrectly identified him. Local bans on...

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