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    Down with Skynet (TM)

    Hmm, SFO has perhaps implemented a good deed:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-48276660
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    That's great ... meanwhile in silicone valley https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-47117299
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      #3
      I am guessing there are many biometrics and patterns companies will use to track folks...even if faces are not allowed. Cyberdyne will not rest, Er, I mean Zuckerberg....Hopefully the politicos talked to technologists to get the law right vice just trying to pass feel-good stuff.

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        #4
        San Francisco? Really?

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          #5
          Company's that do this crap .... That's annoying.
          Ever trains its facial recognition system with user photos and then offers to sell that technology to private companies, law enforcement and the military through Ever AI.

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