The rise of ethical facial recognition
Over more than thirty years of development, facial recognition technology has demonstrated many uniquely valuable benefits to society. At the same time, facial recognition has captured today’s headlines, raising many important questions about its accuracy and use.
These concerns have even led to blanket bans on use of the technology in several U.S. jurisdictions, without regard to the purpose or the benefits of specific applications.
There is a clear need for steps to build public trust without eliminating the crucial benefits the technology can provide. That’s why it’s important to define the elements and boundaries of ethical facial recognition.
In this white paper, Oosto outlines why it is important facial recognition is used in a responsible manner consistent with appropriate safeguards.
- Facial recognition use cases
- The growing need for ethical facial recognition
- Ensuring maximum accuracy and minimum error