Microsoft Urges Congress to Regulate Use of Facial Recognition
8 days ago - By NY Times
Amid a growing call for governments to rein in the use of the technology, Microsoft became the first tech giant to join the chorus.
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Microsoft calls on Congress to regulate controversial facial recognition technology
8 days ago - By The Seattle Times
Many people, including some employees, have called on companies developing facial recognition to put restrictions on its use. But that's not the place of tech companies, Microsoft President Brad Smith wrote in a lengthy blog post Friday.
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