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The idea of being identified by facial recognition software can make some people feel uneasy because a face is very personal to an individual. Yet facial recognition technology can be deployed securely and privately.
The Data Futures Partnership found that being transparent about how data is proposed to be used is a crucial step towards community acceptance. This has been our experience too. If you clearly explain the reasons for using facial recognition (think security and safety), where data will be stored and what safeguards will be taken to protect that information, then people are more inclined to accept the technology.
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Like any new technology, facial recognition has accumulated some big myths since its inception.
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