Articles by Ava Kofman on theintercept.com
Axon, formerly known as Taser, will allow private individuals to upload video evidence of “a crime, suspicious activity, or event" to its cloud platform.
The NYPD has used face recognition since at least 2011 but refuses to provide any information about how the technology is used.
Taser is collecting an unprecedented video archive of law enforcement encounters — and it wants to use AI and “deep learning” to predict criminal behavior.
Privacy advocates are concerned about linking body cameras, sold to taxpayers as a tool for police accountability, with powerful technology to scan faces.
Will the FBI’s Rap Back service notify your boss that you got arrested protesting the inauguration?