ETHICS & TRUST PRIVACY SURVEILLANCE CHINA

Privacy in China: the growth of facial recognition technology in the private sector raises concerns about security and identity

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Facial recognition technology is commonly used in countries including China in CCTV cameras, which can leverage artificial intelligence to filter through millions of profiles to identify a person. One of the most famous examples of this was when a camera pinpointed a man wanted for financial crimes in a crowd of 50,000 people at a pop concert in China.Use of the technology is creeping into the private sector in China – used to monitor travellers at airports and for sealing mobile phone…






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