“In the US, the government is planning to deploy face recognition at 20 airports by 2021.
In June 2018, the suspect in the shooting at a local newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland, was identified using facial recognition technology. 55% of Americans indeed approve the use of facial recognition for public safety.
Last year, the police of New Delhi has been able to find 3,000 missing children in just four days thanks to a new facial recognition system.
In China, the police has been partnering with SenseNets, a company developing a facial recognition software, to bring charges against people involved in illegal gatherings in the province of Guangdong.
Last year, Amazon’s facial recognition systems falsely matched 28 members of Congress to criminal mugshots.”