What are the dangers of facial recognition?
Facial recognition is already being used to gain entrance to office/apartment buildings, board airplanes, cross international borders, start car engines, unlock mobile phones and, even offer a second layer of biometric identification for digital wallet/payment systems.
Below are some resources to understand dangers of facial recognition as their use cases become more widely adopted.
1. Watch Coded Bias at a virtual cinema or film festival near you.
Experience how artificial intelligence uses algorithms to judge your face and deducts personal demographic information about you including age, gender, attractiveness, BMI, life expectancy and more.