South Wales Police to trial facial recognition app on officers' mobile phones

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'People of interest' to be stopped in the street based on mobile phone facial recognition app in three-month trial

South Wales Police, undaunted by the reception to its facial recognition trial conducted during 2017's Champions League final, is planning a three-month trial of a facial recognition app on officer...

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