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Ever quietly trained facial recognition AI using its photo storage app

engadget Thursday, 9 May 2019 ()
Ever, a free photo storage app, has been using the billions of photos and videos uploaded by its users to train a facial recognition tool it plans on selling to private companies and the U.S. government. Users who rely on the app's facial recognition...
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Joe Vazquez reports on a San Francisco Board of Supervisors committee voting against allowing law enforcement to use facial recognition in surveillance systems (5-6-2019)

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