Privacy in China: the growth of facial recognition technology in the private sector raises concerns about security and identity


Facial recognition technology is commonly used in countries including China in CCTV cameras, which can leverage artificial intelligence to filter through millions of profiles to identify a person. One of the most famous examples of this was when a camera pinpointed a man wanted for financial crimes in a crowd of 50,000 people at a pop concert in China.Use of the technology is creeping into the private sector in China – used to monitor travellers at airports and for sealing mobile phone…

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