Facial recognition and AI will invade public privacy — but it can be done ethically


Facial recognition and AI will invade public privacy — but it can be done ethically
We live in an age where we have unprecedented access to almost any information we need. With the emergence of new technology like artificial intelligence (AI), facial recognition, big data, and more, the human experience is being changed forever. Almost anything you need is just a tap away; but this access comes at a price—data for data. A simple online search may seem harmless, but before you know it, you’re being bombarded with ads offering you exactly what you were looking for. How exactly does this work? In basic terms, most times you use a technology application, you—often unknowingly—reveal your personal…

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