US police force quits its trial of Amazon's facial recognition technology after outcry

John Leonard
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But Oregon police say they will continue using Rekognition in criminal investigations

Following a public outcry about its use of Amazon's facial recognition technology, the City of Orlando, Florida and its police department has announced that it is ceasing its trials. However, other...

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