3

Facial-recognition cameras for law enforcement bring questions about accuracy and bias

Facial-recognition cameras for law enforcement bring questions about accuracy and bias. Concerns about lack of accuracy and reliability with facial-recognition technologies led law enforcement to remove the software from its devices, and some states are considering implementing bans. According to studies, minorities and women are more likely to be misidentified, and more and more citizens are concerned about surveillance. Proponents argue that the technology can be used responsibly, providing law enforcement officers with additional tools for identifying suspects. Wall Street Journal