Facial recognition becoming ‘epidemic’ in British public spaces | The Independent - facial in public


British public want restrictions on the use of facial recognition technology | Nuffield Foundation facial in public

But now live facial recognition surveillance has come under scrutiny and being used to track the faces of members of the public by the police.

The spread of facial recognition technology in housing, public and private, is raising concern in cities and Congress.

Facial recognition technology is becoming an “epidemic” across shopping centres, museums and public spaces in the UK, campaigners have warned. Following the revelation that hundreds of thousands of visitors to the area around King’s Cross railway station in London were being.

Published by the Ada Lovelace Institute, the survey shows that the British public are prepared to accept use of facial recognition technology in.