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IBM drops facial recognition software amid racial profiling concerns

Krishna on Monday sent the letter to Congress outlining detailed policy proposals to advance racial equality in America

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IBM | Facial recognition | US Congress

Agencies  |  New York 



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The Indian-origin CEO told US lawmakers that IBM no longer offers the general purpose IBM facial recognition or analysis software

CEO Arvind Krishna has told the that the technology giant is no longer offering its or analysis software and “firmly opposes” technology that is used for mass surveillance, racial profiling and violations of basic human rights and freedoms.

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First Published: Wed, June 10 2020. 01:22 IST

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