On May 10, 40 advocacy groups sent an open letter he wants to be banned forever about the use of Amazon face recognition software, Rekognition, and US police. The letter was sent to Jeff Bezos and Andy Jassy, CEOs of upcoming and upcoming companies, and they arrived a few weeks earlier. Annual ban on Amazon the sale of regulators had to end.
The letter contrasted how Bezos and Jassy support Black Lives Matter activists at the fair in late summer after the assassination of George Floyd and said some items on Amazon have been used by law enforcement agencies to identify protesters.
On May 17, Amazon he announced It can make a lasting impression, and merge with rivals IBM and Microsoft in an independent purgatory. The move is a testament to the political power of the warring factions in the fight against sanctions — and the realization that new battlefields are emerging. Many believe that government regulations will soon arrive.
“People are tired”
Last year has been essential for facial recognition, including technical revelations to false arrest, and prevent it from about a dozen cities and seven provinces across the US. But the speed of facial recognition has been a temporary change.
In 2018, AI researchers published research accurate comparisons of face recognition software from IBM, Microsoft and Face ++. Their work found the right gaps between how professionally identified dark-skinned men versus black women; IBM machines were the ones that found the biggest error with 34.4% error between the two groups.
Also in 2018, ACLU cited Amazon Rekognition and found that they did not recognize the 28 members of Congress as extremists — not to mention racists. Group wrote his open letter in the Amazon, wants the company to ban government use of technology, as well as the Congressional Black Caucus-But Amazon has not changed.
In the wake of racism in the fight against police brutality last summer, however, Amazon surprised many by announcing that it was banning police from using Rekognition, even excluding government agencies such as ICE. The company has announced that it believes the representation “could give Congress enough time to enact appropriate legislation.”
Evan Greer is the director of Fight for the Future, a religious group that believes in the elimination of facial expressions and that there is more support for the community to improve. He added that last week’s suspension showed that “Amazon acknowledges the serious pressure they are receiving, not just facial expressions.
While there are challenges in creating high-tech products, the reality is that many lawmakers and government users do not buy face recognition software from companies like Amazon. So while bans and restrictions are acceptable in promotional groups, they do not guarantee the use of technologies. Congress, meanwhile, is not enacting state legislation to limit the use of face recognition by the audience, government or business organizations that may regulate small-scale donors.
Some expect state law to come soon, however, either through direct DRM on face recognition, the Presidential plan, or a brief on future returnees and police reforms.
“I think the right thing to do is for Congress to ban its use,” said Kate Ruane, attorney general at ACLU, adding that new jobs could be allowed after a number of laws were enacted.
A number of government agencies have already been set up to regulate the face.
- The program of Face Recognition is a Biometric Technology Moratorium Act calls for the program to be banned by any government agency, as well as to ban government funding from any state and local government that also cannot establish it. He was nominated by four members of the Democratic Congress and was introduced to the Senate last year.
- The program of George Floyd Justice in Police Policy may restrict facial expressions on body cameras. The bill has already passed the House and is expected to reach the Senate next week. President Biden has requested that the bill be presented on the anniversary of George Floyd’s death on May 25.
- The program of Fourth Change Is Not For Sale and an anti-government bill enacted by 18 states that prevents the government from working with those who provide technical violations of the law. In doing so, it may deprive the government of access to websites, as Clearview AI.
Mutale Nkonde, co-founder of AI for the People, a non-profit organization that promotes racial equality in technology, believes that we will probably see more government legislation in the run-up to next year’s general elections.
“I think there will be a number of state laws in place to regulate all practices, including facial recognition,” Nkonde said. “I think that’s not politically correct.”
Mr Nkonde said the idea of an audit that looked at technological considerations based on human rights was progressing well in the working class, both sides of the aisle.