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a month ago

Police departments in CA & GA have started using drones for tracking people + vehicles. Does this ethically concern you?

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Yeah, this is definitely something that concerns me. Ah, I say, because there's a history of abuse and someone else in group mentioned, um, how that typically affects marginalized communities differently. I think we're also entering an age where there was a nuclear physicist in Iran who was murdered by a I inspired driving technology that was delivered through satellite. It did facial recognition, and then the trunk opened up in the car in the trunk, had a gun that use used to assassinate this person, and then the car exploded to get rid of it. I mean, this sounds like a sci fi movie. It's almost unheard of what my point being is that as this technology proliferates to police, um, it inevitably falls in the hands of people who have more nefarious efforts, and I just wonder like where we're headed. Also, the studies around recognition ai recognition show that, and this is recognition. AWS provides a mechanism for facial recognition. It's artificial intelligence, and it's it's been shown and proven that both recognition and Google ai for facial recognition don't identify people of color with the same level of accuracy, I think in Google. The study showed that it was like a third like, 35% of the time. It was inaccurate. Just is absurd. Um, but as police forces are, leveraging a W. S is a I like recognition, and it has similar shortcomings. I just see problematic things happening. There's a lot of room for errors done, charted territory, and it's mixing in with, ah, police state that has a propensity to abuse its power. So, yeah, I mean, I'm not in love with it, you know?

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