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Microsoft wants regulation to keep the 'facial recognition genie' in the bottle

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Microsoft wants regulation to keep the 'facial recognition genie' in the bottleThere is no time like the prevailing to sluggish the tide of a technology-enabled facilitation of discrimination aided through facial popularity.  So, moderately strangely, argues one key developer of stated facial popularity tech: Microsoft.  On Dec. 6, Microsoft president Brad Smith launched an over three,500-word weblog put up detailing his considerations with the aforementioned expertise …
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Facial recognition software is getting more accurate and cheaper, but it isn't without serious risks of bias, discrimination and concerns over privacy. Microsoft President Brad Smith came on Cheddar to call for regulations on the nascent technology. "The time to act is now," he said.

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