The Future of Facial Recognition Technology (FRT) in Law Enforcement

Security vs. Privacy

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The growing digitisation of police forces around the world has resulted in an increased use of new technologies. The deployment of Facial Recognition Technology (FRT) in police forces all over the globe is in its very early stages as there are several technological, social, and legislative issues to contend with. This article takes a look at facial recognition technology in the United Kingdom’s security sector before commenting on the wider global implications.

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