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Is facial recognition technology working for South Wales Police and what happens when it goes wrong?

Wales Online Thursday, 6 December 2018
Is facial recognition technology working for South Wales Police and what happens when it goes wrong?The first independent report into the automated facial recognition software deployed by the force has delivered its verdict
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