Face-Off: Recognizing and Challenging the Use of Facial Recognition Technology [webinar]

Presented by: Clare Garvie, Sr. Associate, Georgetown Law Center on Privacy and Technology; Kaitlin Jackson, Attorney, Bronx Defenders; and Joshua Kroll, PhD, computer scientist, Postdoctoral Research Scholar, School of Information, University of California at Berkeley

This webinar was supported by Grant No. 2013-MU-BX-K014 awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance.

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Presented by: Clare Garvie, Sr. Associate, Georgetown Law Center on Privacy and Technology; Kaitlin Jackson, Attorney, Bronx Defenders; and Joshua Kroll, PhD, computer scientist, Postdoctoral Research Scholar, School of Information, University of California at Berkeley

Police departments across the country are starting to use facial recognition technology to identify suspects, and body camera manufacturers are working to incorporate the technology into their products. This emerging technology has many flaws, which render its results unreliable. Defenders need to understand the technology and its limitations, be aware of how it is being deployed, and know how to challenge its use in their cases.

This webinar was supported by Grant No. 2013-MU-BX-K014 awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance.

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