FEARS: City-wide surveillance cameras, AI and Privacy (internet)

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Article wired.co.uk

The UK is secretly testing a controversial web snooping tool | WIRED UK - WIRED UK




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Article theverge.com

Artificial intelligence is going to supercharge surveillance - The Verge - The Verge (2018)




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Article theatlantic.com

The City That Remembers Everything - The Atlantic - The Atlantic




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Article nytimes.com

Will Everything Stay in New Orleans If Cameras Capture It All? - The New York Times




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Article wsj.com

Amazon’s Face-Scanning Surveillance Software Contrasts With Its Privacy Stance - WSJ - WSJ




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Article nyclu.org

Facial Recognition Cameras Do Not Belong in Schools | New York Civil Liberties Union - New York Civil Liberties Union (2018)




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Article bbc.com

Coffee delivery drone patented by IBM - BBC News




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Article bloomberg.com

Palantir Knows Everything About You | Bloomberg - Bloomberg.com




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Article nytimes.com

Amazon Pushes Facial Recognition to Police. Critics See Surveillance Risk. - The New York Times




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Article techcrunch.com

A university is outfitting living spaces with thousands of Echo Dots – TechCrunch - TechCrunch




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Article wired.com

Silicon Valley Writes a Playbook to Help Avert Ethical Disasters || Wired - WIRED




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Article nextgov.com

Dulles Airport Surprises Passengers with Facial-Recognition Boarding - Nextgov - Nextgov.com




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Article nytimes.com

Australia Wants to Take Government Surveillance to the Next Level - The New York Times




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Article blogs.microsoft.com

Facial recognition: It’s time for action - Microsoft - Microsoft on the Issues (2018)




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Article qz.com

US is using road signs to capture license plate data — Quartz - Quartz




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Article wired.com

Digital IDs Are More Dangerous Than You Think | WIRED - WIRED




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Article amp.miamiherald.com

Miami facial recognition company Kairos replaces Brian Brackeen as CEO | Miami Herald - miamiherald




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Article vox.com

Tech issues: The myth of inevitable technological progress - Vox - Vox (2019)




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Article nbcnews.com

Facial recognition's 'dirty little secret': Millions of online photos scraped without consent - NBC - NBC News




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Article massprivatei.blogspot.com

MassPrivateI: San Diego Has Been Turned Into A Massive Chinese-Style Public Surveillance Network (Updated)




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Article nytimes.com

Opinion | We Built an ‘Unbelievable’ (but Legal) Facial Recognition Machine - The New York Times




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Article vice.com

AI Has Made Video Surveillance Automated and Terrifying - VICE - Vice (2019)




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Article vice.com

This Small Company Is Turning Utah Into a Surveillance Panopticon - Vice (2020)




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Article longreads.com

‘Nothing Kept Me Up At Night the Way the Gorgon Stare Did.’ - Longreads - Longreads (2019)




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Podcast nytimes.com

The End of Privacy as We Know It? - The New York Times




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Article marketwatch.com

Mastercard is pioneering new payment technology that identifies commuters by the way they walk - MarketWatch




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Article cnet.com

Your face mask selfies could be training the next facial recognition tool - CNET




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Article theatlantic.com

Contact Tracing Could Free America From Quarantine - The Atlantic (2020)




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Article reuters.com

Rite Aid deployed facial recognition systems in hundreds of U.S. stores - Reuters




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