1 min readCreator of the world’s most important face dataset wants facial recognition tech regulated

Why is it important to regulate facial recognition software?

Facial recognition is one technology that is riddled with various biases [read The Trouble With Facial Recognition to understand better], but despite this concern, it is slowly permeating the commercial market. Erik Learned-Miller, co-creator of the Labelled Faces in the Wild, the world’s most important face dataset used to train many facial recognition software, wants the government to regulate facial recognition because “the technology is already out in the world, but not the way it should be.”

Through regulation, Learned-Miller hopes that all facial recognition systems will come with a warning and a list of do’s and don’ts that users have to adhere to.

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