TEC070: With big tech companies shutting down their facial recognition software for law enforcement use, Dom Bettinelli, Thomas Sanjurjo, and Jack Baruzzini discuss where the tech will go from here. Plus the dangers and pitfalls of online voting.
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Links for this episode:
- IBM will no longer offer, develop, or research facial recognition technology – The Verge
- Amazon Pauses Police Use of Its Facial Recognition Software – The Mac Observer
- Microsoft says it won’t sell facial recognition technology to US police departments – CNN
- Some States Have Embraced Online Voting. It’s a Huge Risk. – Slashdot
- What I Learned Trying To Secure Congressional Campaigns (Idle Words)
- ‘We are going to crush this lady’: Six former eBay employees charged in federal cyberstalking case targeting Natick couple – The Boston Globe
- The Internet Archive has ended its ‘emergency library’ early – The Verge
- Disney Almost Bought Twitter in 2016 – Slashdot
- FCC has “serious doubts” that SpaceX can deliver latencies under 100ms | Ars Technica
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