How police manipulate facial recognition

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  • The Verge
    The Verge   2 months back

    Check out Verge reporter Casey Newton's report about the working conditions of Facebook moderators: https://youtu.be/bDnjiNCtFk4

    • newton
      newton  2 months back

      Hi ! ;-)

  • Edwin H.
    Edwin H.  2 weeks back

    Hong Kong has shown you how Surveillance technology will turn into a tool that the police force abuses.
    It is not worth it for a few percents dropped in crime.

    • mangulica moravka
      mangulica moravka  3 weeks back

      Fitting everybody with an arrest anklet will also increase safety, hey while we're here, let's just hold everyone guilty until proven otherwise, it's interesting how years back when there was the idea of microchipping people huge majority was shocked and refused the idea, but now after years of our brains slowly trained into accepting privacy intrusions and bought off by pretty selfies and promise of a glittering lifestyle , the unprecedented theft of freedom and essential liberty is probably to go smoothly as any slave master's dream

      • shawn mendrek-likesalotofcreamincoffee

        We are dooming ourselves.

        • Lucas T. C.
          Lucas T. C.  1 months back

          I really dont get the scandal!

          • Honey Pie
            Honey Pie  2 months back

            Your right to privacy is gone, yet none of you even noticed. Ignorance is bliss, or not.

            • Victor Lazo
              Victor Lazo  2 months back

              I kept waiting for him to say "we have to look at the Big Picture" but it never happened.

              • Mai Yenish
                Mai Yenish  2 months back

                IF you want to understand the problems..... LOOK AT CHINA's usage!

                • Chiel Epskamp
                  Chiel Epskamp  2 months back

                  The title should rather be: The moral problem of the police and tech

                  • Foo S.
                    Foo S.  2 months back

                    Another very good reason not to support Amazon.

                    • Feynman981
                      Feynman981  2 months back

                      That‘s why America is so degenerated! In Europe, Citizens take it easy when the police stops them. Usually it‘s a regular Smalltalk with showing the ID and some Blabla. Totally harmless, you don‘t even care. But hosts like you spread the fear of events like this - making them the worst thing that can happen to you. It‘s sad. Why you promote resistance against police stoppings which leads to people get killed?

                      • Irfan
                        Irfan  2 months back

                        talked about algorithm and to be honest to make one algorithm you have to do so much work... algorithms are not easy to make as you just said ..

                        • Bandit
                          Bandit  2 months back

                          I'm all for it as a person that doesn't break the law
                          If we knew who did what and where they were, crime would drop dramatically
                          we are already on camera when we shop for food,clothing,furniture,electronics etc
                          if the option to know if a dangerous person was near you, your spouse or your kids we'd take it

                          • EmpireFall
                            EmpireFall  1 months back

                            and when a new law stipulates that anyone who does not bend over and take it up the booty pipe whenever authorities tell them, you are going to be one of the first to fall in line

                          • Bugler55
                            Bugler55  2 months back

                            You would take it. I wouldn't. I like it here, I've no desire to move to North Korea.

                        • AppleTricks
                          AppleTricks  2 months back

                          Everything has its advantages and disadvantages. In my opinion, Technology is not bad but how it is used, that is the problem.

                          • moumous
                            moumous  2 months back

                            Premise of all is that Police can be a danger and an enemy in the US

                            • MikeWard1701
                              MikeWard1701  2 months back

                              When you have for-profit prisons, you can no longer work under the presumption that the law enforcement and judicial system is impartial and fair. Cops, judges, everyone in the law enforcement and judicial machine is tasked with feeding the capitalist beast. Cops will have stop/search and arrest quotas, judges will have sentencing quotas, parole boards will have approval/denial targets. All aspects of the system will be gamed to ensure a steady flow of inmates to keep the cellblocks full. For-profit prisons are the reason the US incarcerates more people per head of population than any other nation on earth.

                              • tommy wong
                                tommy wong  2 months back

                                China has been using it for ages

                                • metricølor161ツ
                                  metricølor161ツ  2 months back

                                  *n e g a t i v e c o m m e n t*

                                  • V3RM1LI0N
                                    V3RM1LI0N  2 months back

                                    the feds are not to be trusted with nothin

                                    • Noelle Mattison
                                      Noelle Mattison  2 months back

                                      Love vids with this guy!

                                      • Justin Huynh
                                        Justin Huynh  2 months back

                                        Yes, it is dual use technology. Most of the advances are coming out of Stanford and other top schools, and getting published basically for the public to see. Then you see these systems popping up in China for surveillance on their own people and on ethnic minoritites. Be careful. Very careful.

                                        • Bugler55
                                          Bugler55  2 months back

                                          It's actually kinda revolting when you thinking too long about it and the money trail.

                                      • John Godard
                                        John Godard  2 months back

                                        I was waiting for him to say : we need to look at the big picture. 🙄

                                        • TarlanT
                                          TarlanT  2 months back

                                          What’s wrong with stopping a suspect ?
                                          It doesn’t mean your human rights are violated.

                                          • Andres Velez
                                            Andres Velez  2 months back

                                            I think the arguments proposed in this video are not well presented, why is a police stop problematic?

                                            • Wolfer
                                              Wolfer  2 months back

                                              @3:01 just waiting when color was about to be dragged in 😂

                                              • yeetus fetus
                                                yeetus fetus  2 months back

                                                It's a fair point backed by data tho

                                            • busywl69
                                              busywl69  2 months back

                                              racial recognition

                                              • In Search
                                                In Search  2 months back

                                                Usless vid

                                                • Stargate2077
                                                  Stargate2077  2 months back

                                                  To better understand this we are going to have to look at...The Big Picture...

                                                  • Binoy Mathew
                                                    Binoy Mathew  2 months back

                                                    Great content Russell! Keep up the good work.

                                                    • Ameer Abdallah
                                                      Ameer Abdallah  2 months back

                                                      Clearly mistaken on how this actually works. No police department is going to say that "the machine said it was you, therefore it is you". The machine doesn't say who it is, all it does is produce matches of certain peoples who may be a suspect. Once that happens, the officer can detain you for further questioning. All this is doing is helping officers find where a possible suspect lives. So much fear mongering about literally a piece of software that just looks through the list of people who make look like that for you.

                                                      • WandererOfWorlds0
                                                        WandererOfWorlds0  2 months back

                                                        Wanna bet this wouldn't be a "controversy" if those lines were reversed?

                                                        • Dee B
                                                          Dee B  2 months back

                                                          *gets shot and killed*
                                                          "The machine said it was you .."

                                                          • MickyAvStickyHands
                                                            MickyAvStickyHands  2 months back

                                                            Police stops do NOT have “dangers of their own” if you just listen to the officer.

                                                          • Saumitra Chakravarty
                                                            Saumitra Chakravarty  2 months back

                                                            Privacy is a lost cause. Good luck fighting for it!

                                                            • UnKnown Jr
                                                              UnKnown Jr  2 months back

                                                              We gave our privacy for free lol

                                                            • SassyBasilisk65
                                                              SassyBasilisk65  2 months back

                                                              Saumitra Chakravarty we never had it to begin with.

                                                          • M Z
                                                            M Z  2 months back

                                                            How is a simple police stop dangerous??

                                                            • jlccarv
                                                              jlccarv  2 months back

                                                              Very nicely presented Verge, not overly politicised. Keep this high standard pls. Cheers.

                                                              • Benjamin Keller
                                                                Benjamin Keller  2 months back

                                                                “A police-stop is a risk on its own.” Whaaat?
                                                                How about we start to act civilized before we start blaming machines?🤷🏻‍♂️

                                                                • Mab 07
                                                                  Mab 07  2 months back

                                                                  Here we go again. Even machines are racist

                                                                  • notanewbie dude
                                                                    notanewbie dude  2 months back

                                                                    Funniest opening 20 seconds I've heard in a while!

                                                                    • Harshil Sharma
                                                                      Harshil Sharma  2 months back

                                                                      The machine from Person Of Interest is REAL!!😥

                                                                      • Umer Salman
                                                                        Umer Salman  2 months back

                                                                        I see you are a person of good taste.

                                                                    • bpgarcia1
                                                                      bpgarcia1  2 months back

                                                                      This video needs the input of folks in the industry. A good video overall but dated in how the neural networks work

                                                                      • Don Lew
                                                                        Don Lew  2 months back

                                                                        3:04 I see an orange line not red.... Is this another white and blue dress??

                                                                        • Trevor Phillips
                                                                          Trevor Phillips  2 months back

                                                                          Law enforcement use it to catch criminals. But people will just complain that they will use for it no good reason.

                                                                          • Miller Four
                                                                            Miller Four  2 months back

                                                                            3:08

                                                                            • Ricky Partridge
                                                                              Ricky Partridge  2 months back

                                                                              If you have to ask "Should the police..." then the answer is "No".

                                                                              • Giulio Campobassi
                                                                                Giulio Campobassi  2 months back

                                                                                Corporations violate your privacy far more than any government can. The difference is that your government can put you in jail.

                                                                                • Giulio Campobassi
                                                                                  Giulio Campobassi  2 months back

                                                                                  @Hayden Case NSA is a special case, but there is usually judicial oversight, ie application of law, to determine what govt can do.corporations can be more opaque.. until they're caught like the Cambridge analytical scandal

                                                                                • Hayden Case
                                                                                  Hayden Case  2 months back

                                                                                  @Giulio Campobassi. I guess that's kinda true but what about the NSA?

                                                                              • Ameer Ali Ouarda
                                                                                Ameer Ali Ouarda  2 months back

                                                                                What about Apples depth-sensing Face ID?

                                                                                • Nishith Joshi
                                                                                  Nishith Joshi  2 months back

                                                                                  It's data is stored on iPhone only, and only the user can access it no one else, so it's safe :-)

                                                                              • Alex Mercado
                                                                                Alex Mercado  2 months back

                                                                                This is the best video I’ve seen by Russel Brandom so far.