Activists on Monday provided petitions to members of Congress requiring a straight-out restriction on federal government usage of facial acknowledgment innovation.
The petitions were provided to the workplaces of Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) and Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio)– the chairwoman and ranking member of your home Committee on Oversight and Reform.
- This online project desires Congress to examine Amazon's 'security empire'
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- This T-shirt fools AI into believing you're undetectable
- This group is scanning countless faces in Congress today to oppose facial acknowledgment