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Behind the Rise of China’s Facial-Recognition Giants

Unfamiliar faces aren’t welcome at Beijing public housing projects.…

Aggression Detectors: The Unproven, Invasive Surveillance Technology Schools Are Using to Monitor Students

Ariella Russcol specializes in drama at the Frank Sinatra School…

Dozens of Cities Have Secretly Experimented with Predictive Policing Software

The use of PredPol—a predictive policing software that once…

Prisons Across the U.S. Are Quietly Building Databases of Incarcerated People’s Voice Prints

ROUGHLY SIX MONTHS ago at New York’s Sing Sing prison, John…

2019 Making Sense of Science Seminar – April 5-6, 2019

NACDL's 12th Annual Forensic Science & the Law Seminar,…

2018 NACDL Conference: Combatting the Surveillance State

This FREE Training event, co-sponsored by NACDL and the…

ACLU Questions Trade Secrets Protecting DNA Testing Algorithms

DNA testing can be flawed, often in complex ways. However, courts…

AI: Supplement or Supplant? – Open Ninth

The foundation of every conceivable website and app is a computer…

Is Shot Spotter Reliable Enough? Critics Question Human Equation Behind Technology

ShotSpotter was designed to locate gunfire through audio sensors…

Automated Fingerprint Analysis is One Step Closer to Reality – Science Daily

Researchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technology…