European Parliament calls for a ban on facial recognition, social scoring

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The particular European Parliament adopted the non-binding resolution calling intended for 1) a ban on police force use of facial recognition along with other biometric mass surveillance, 2) a ban on private face recognition databases like Clearview AI, and 3) analysis on predictive policing plus social scoring systems. The particular resolution approved of the Parliament’ s 2020 report on AI in lawbreaker law and is a step toward a ban in proposed laws. EPIC has joined several coalitions urging a ban upon facial recognition including: a good worldwide letter other the technology, a statement associated with concerns upon police use of FR, plus EPIC’s Ban Face Surveillance campaign.

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