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The appeal of R (Bridges) v Chief Constable of South Wales shows that, when it comes to facial recognition technology, the status quo cannot continue.
This year’s International Women’s Day theme ‘Each for Equal’ has particular resonance for Black women who experience discrimination.
Facial recognition technology is a complex area, which means the risk of misunderstandings is high.
When it comes to the societal impacts of AI and data, we need to tackle complex problems that don’t necessarily have objective solutions.