From Slate –
Lady Liberty’s Watching You
I wanted to write about face-recognition software considered for use at the statue. Here’s what happened. By Ryan Gallagher
The Statue of Liberty is upgrading its surveillance technology. Just don’t mention face recognition.
Photo by Lucas Jackson/Reuters
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