Mainland Chinese Fear Growing Use of Face Recognition
By Patrick McShane
Facial-recognition technology is now one of the fastest-growing and most widely dispersed technologies in the world.
But nowhere has high-resolution facial recognition become more prevalent than inside the People’s Republic of China.
The world’s second-largest economy has built a vast high-tech surveillance state unlike anywhere in the world.
According to experts in the global technology-surveillance industry, China has approximately 170 million close-circuit cameras around the nation, including at 200 airports.Continue reading “‘It Is Everywhere’”