19 min

Who Owns Your Face‪?‬ In Machines We Trust

    • Technology

Police have a history of using face recognition to arrest protestors—something not lost on activists since the death of George Floyd. In the last of a four-part series on facial recognition, host Jennifer Strong explores the way forward for the technology and examines what policy might look like. 

We meet:
Artem Kuharenko, NTechLab
Deborah Raji, AI Now Institute
Toussaint Morrison, Musician, actor, and Black Lives Matter organizer
Jameson Spivack, Center on Privacy & Technology 

Credits:
This episode was reported and produced by Jennifer Strong, Tate Ryan-Mosley, Emma Cillekens, and Karen Hao. We had help from Benji Rosen. We’re edited by Michael Reilly and Gideon Lichfield. Our technical director is Jacob Gorski. 

Police have a history of using face recognition to arrest protestors—something not lost on activists since the death of George Floyd. In the last of a four-part series on facial recognition, host Jennifer Strong explores the way forward for the technology and examines what policy might look like. 

We meet:
Artem Kuharenko, NTechLab
Deborah Raji, AI Now Institute
Toussaint Morrison, Musician, actor, and Black Lives Matter organizer
Jameson Spivack, Center on Privacy & Technology 

Credits:
This episode was reported and produced by Jennifer Strong, Tate Ryan-Mosley, Emma Cillekens, and Karen Hao. We had help from Benji Rosen. We’re edited by Michael Reilly and Gideon Lichfield. Our technical director is Jacob Gorski. 

19 min

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