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London Metropolitan Police’s Facial Recognition Still has an 81% Error Rate

The Merkle Saturday, 20 July 2019
London Metropolitan Police’s Facial Recognition Still has an 81% Error RateAny advancement in the technology world needs to be applauded. This is true even when it comes to disruptive yet controversial technologies such as facial recognition. The London Metropolitan Police has been using this technology for some time now and is noting some progress. Only eight in ten technology-based “hits” are incorrect, which is a notable improvement compared to several months ago.  Facial Recognition Isn’t Always the Answer Anyone who lives in the United Kingdom may have kept tabs on how the London Metropolitan Police has begun experimenting with facial recognition technology. While this technology was heralded as a great

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