The emerging use of artificial intelligence-aided analysis in public school classrooms has raised alarm. Last June, the Globe and Mail reported on public fears of a new form of state surveillance over facial recognition cameras trained to recognize students’ emotion at a Hangzhou high...
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by Josh Rudolph | Jun 24, 2020
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