The Globe and Mail | Let’s face the facts: To ensure our digital rights, we must hit pause on facial-recognition technology


Published: 20Feb2020

February 14 |Rapid advances in facial-recognition technology have the potential for vast social consequences. In response to the scale and speed of these developments and the clear potential for harm, a movement has emerged to ban facial recognition. In this op-ed, Max Bell School professor Taylor Owen and Nasma Ahmed call for the need to move ahead with caution and deliberation, highlighting the urgency for regulatory frameworks.

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