Do we – the public – have a voice in the facial recognition debate?

Do we – the public – have a voice in the facial recognition debate?

Stephanie Hare, Author of Technology Ethics, highlights that it's difficult to know how our data is being captured, used for or against us as it's an opaque space with more questions than answers.

However, we do have a voice! Here she is at teissLondon2020 outlining what we - the public - can do to steer the debate on facial recognition.

 

 

 

Copyright Lyonsdown Limited 2021

Top Articles

Clubhouse data leak: Data of 1.3m users dumped on a hacker forum

An SQL database containing records of 1.3 million Clubhouse users has been leaked for free on a popular hacker forum.

Iran terms Israeli cyber attack on nuke facility as "nuclear terrorism"

A rumoured cyber attack carried out by Mossad, Israel's official spy agency, destroyed legacy IR-1 centrifuges at Iran's underground nuclear facility located in Natanz.

The Hunt for Red Insider

The analogy to The Hunt For Red October is not far removed from the common reality of cybersecurity.

Related Articles