12 Jun

“New York Gang Database Expanded by 70 Percent Under Mayor Bill de Blasio”

“The New York Police Department has quietly expanded its gang database under Mayor Bill de Blasio, targeting tens of thousands of young people of color for increased surveillance even in the absence of criminal conduct.”

Read: New York Gang Database Expanded by 70 Percent Under Mayor Bill de Blasio

22 May

“Amazon is selling police departments a real-time facial recognition system”

“Documents obtained by the ACLU of Northern California have shed new light on Rekognition, Amazon’s little-known facial recognition project. Rekognition is currently used by police in Orlando and Oregon’s Washington County, often using nondisclosure agreements to avoid public disclosure.”

Read: Amazon is selling police departments a real-time facial recognition system

22 May

“Amazon is selling police departments a real-time facial recognition system”

“Documents obtained by the ACLU of Northern California have shed new light on Rekognition, Amazon’s little-known facial recognition project. Rekognition is currently used by police in Orlando and Oregon’s Washington County, often using nondisclosure agreements to avoid public disclosure.”

Read: Amazon is selling police departments a real-time facial recognition system

21 Feb

“New York City Passes Bill to Study Biases in Algorithms Used by the City”

“New York City is taking the first steps to address algorithmic bias in city services. City council passed a bill last week that will require the city to address bias in algorithms used by the New York Police Department, the city’s courts, and dozens of city agencies.”

Read: New York City Passes Bill to Study Biases in Algorithms Used by the City

11 May

“UK police will start using AI to decide whether suspects should be kept in custody”

“UK police in the city of Durham, England, are prepared to go live with a predictive artificial intelligence system that will determine whether a suspect should be kept in custody, according to the BBC.”

Read: UK police will start using AI to decide whether suspects should be kept in custody

10 May

“UK police will start using AI to decide whether suspects should be kept in custody”

“UK police in the city of Durham, England, are prepared to go live with a predictive artificial intelligence system that will determine whether a suspect should be kept in custody, according to the BBC.”

Read: UK police will start using AI to decide whether suspects should be kept in custody

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