In a blog post released today, Microsoft President Brad Smith called on Congress to regulate facial recognition technology, citing its potential for abuse among the private and public sectors.
A cogent and forceful argument for the government to regulate face-recognition technology was published on Friday-not by a legislator, pundit, or advocacy group, but by Microsoft. In a lengthy.
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Microsoft President Brad Smith is urging lawmakers to regulate facial recognition technology and to enact laws governing its acceptable uses. "We believe Congress should create a bipartisan expert commission to assess the best way to regulate the use of facial recognition technology in the United States," Smith wrote in a blog post .
“These companies put children at risk and abused their power, which is why we are imposing major. that Facebook would use.
Microsoft’s president and chief legal officer argues that the use of facial-recognition technology needs regulation. This will help put the public at ease and ensure that the technology is only.
Microsoft has helped innovate facial recognition software. Now it’s urging the US government to enact regulation to control the use of the technology.
They don’t want responsibility. They just want to feel important and compassionate. That is why they have welcomed the long.
Microsoft is urging Congress to put more regulation on facial recognition technology. As The New York Times points out, it’s not common for tech companies to request regulations on their products.
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Given that facial recognition. regulate these platforms through regulations, such as the EU’s general data protection.
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Facial-recognition technology is playing an increasingly important role in modern society. Advocates praise the technology for things. Microsoft wants US Congress to regulate use of facial.
"The facial recognition genie, so to speak, is just emerging from the bottle.. He also wants tech companies – organizations that celebrate moving fast and. by tech companies," he said, as if self-regulation actually worked.