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Face Recognition Technology: FBI Should Better Ensure Privacy and Accuracy
Diana C. Maurer (au)
Technology advancements have increased the overall accuracy of automated face recognition over the past few decades. According to the FBI, this technology can help law enforcement agencies identify criminals in their investigations. The FBI operates the Next Generation Identification-Interstate Photo System (NGI-IPS) -- a face recognition service that allows law enforcement agencies to search a database of over 30 million photos to support criminal investigations. This report examines: (1) the FBIäó»s face recognition capabilities; and the extent to which (2) the FBIäó»s use of face recognition adhered to privacy laws and policies and (3) the FBI assessed the accuracy of these capabilities. Includes recommendations. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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