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AI and The Future of Facial Recognition: Regulation, Moratoriums and Cross-border Dialogues

“AI and The Future of Facial Recognition: Regulation, Moratoriums and Cross-border Dialogues” was a hybrid event Thursday, May 5th at 5:00pm ET. In partnership with the Georgetown Law Institute for Technology Law & Policy, the AI Future Lab and DC Global Shapers Community moderated a policy dialogue during this event. Organizations represented include the Ryerson Leadership Lab (RLL), Surveillance Technology Oversight Projects ( S.T.O.P.), and the Center for AI and Digital Policy (CAIDP). The panel discussed the merits of facial recognition and the legal roles needed for its development and management. Invited speakers discussed facets of facial recognition as it pertains to law, privacy, and society.

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