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Facial Recognition Is Suddenly Everywhere. Should You Worry?

The rapid adoption of facial recognition technology by the government has triggered a debate about the algorithms’ trustworthiness and how they are being used.

BKC affiliate Gretchen Greene says that even if you trust the technology, wider government use requires careful debate. “I would rather live in a world where I feel I have some privacy, even in public spaces,” she says. “If people know where you are, you might not do those things that are the bedrock of what we think people in this country should be able to do.”

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