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Episode 118
Jun 18, 2019

What’s in a face?

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San Francisco banned government agencies from using facial recognition last month, citing civil liberty concerns. It’s a baby step in regulating technology that could make some aspects of life safer and more convenient, but comes with a host of unintended…

San Francisco banned government agencies from using facial recognition last month, citing civil liberty concerns. It’s a baby step in regulating technology that could make some aspects of life safer and more convenient, but comes with a host of unintended consequences for surveillance, profiling, discrimination and so on. But the recognition tech is already out there, in your face and accumulating data being used by the federal government and tech giants like Amazon. Today, BuzzFeed senior tech reporter Ryan Mac tells us what we should be keeping our eyes on. Plus, New York Times food writer Alison Roman shares a lesson learned about writing a cookbook.

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