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Facial recognition technology needs human intervention, hand coding, experts tell Ethics committee 

News | 04/04/2022 6:00 pm EDT
Apple unveils facial recognition technology used in its iPhone X in an announcement on Sept. 12, 2017. /Screenshot via Apple.

Facial recognition technology (FRT) needs human oversight to avoid egregious errors in the legal system according to panelists who testified before the House of Commons’ Ethics committee as it studies the impacts of its use and impact.

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