Toddlers Are Being Scooped Up in Buenos Aires’ Live Facial Recognition Dragnet. A new Human Rights Watch report suggests children as young as one are now in the database
More than 160 children, some as young as one year old, were placed on Argentina’s national criminal database in the last three years, according to a new report from Human Rights Watch (HRW), and their faces were uploaded into Buenos Aires’ city live facial recognition database.
Buenos Aires’ facial recognition has a history of failures, as OneZero reported earlier this year. In 2019, a man named Guillermo Ibarrola was wrongfully detained for six days based on a misentry into CONARC, the national database of citizens wanted for serious crimes.
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National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) under the Government of India has released a tender asking for bidders to help create Automated Facial Recognition System (AFRS). The objective is to leverage the power of facial recognition technology to make the security forces more efficient. The technology system which has been proposed will make an extensive database…
This week, the Security Industry Association, a trade organization representing the world’s largest security firms, like NEC, Idemia, Dahua, and Hikvision, published broad principles for what they consider to be responsible use of facial recognition.