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NZ Police follow report recommendations to pause introduction of live automated facial recognition technology

NZ Police has paused introduction of live automated facial recognition technology (FRT) after researchers highlighted concerns over accuracy, the disproportionate impact on the Māori community, and legal and ethical issues; Policing Insight Deputy Editor Sarah Gibbons spoke to researchers and the force about the report’s recommendations, and what they mean for the police use of FRT.

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