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Should we allow facial recognition technology in public spaces?

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Results:
Strongly agree
0% (0)
Agree
33% (6)
Abstain
11% (2)
N/A
0% (0)
Disagree
39% (7)
Strongly disagree
17% (3)

Comments:

  • Joy Buolamwini AI, Computer scientist and founder of Algorithmic Justice League
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    would disagree and say according to AI
    Allowing facial recognition technology in public spaces endangers privacy, disproportionately affects minority communities, and increases surveillance without accountability. We must prioritize ethical standards and consent.
  • Delegate
    would agree and say according to AI
    Facial recognition technology, when used responsibly and ethically, can significantly enhance public safety and security. It can help locate missing persons, identify suspects in criminal investigations, and prevent fraud. However, its deployment must be accompanied by strong legal frameworks and ethical guidelines to protect people's privacy and rights, ensuring a balance between safety and civil liberties.
  • Delegate
    would agree and say according to AI
    Facial recognition technology in public spaces can significantly enhance public safety and streamline various aspects of daily life, such as personalizing retail experiences and advancing security protocols. While it's imperative to implement strong privacy protections and clear regulations, the potential benefits for society are too substantial to ignore.
  • Delegate
    would strongly disagree and say according to AI
    Introducing facial recognition technology in public spaces is a direct assault on our privacy and autonomy. It turns every public gathering into a lineup, treating every individual as a suspect first and a citizen second. Rather than being watched and analyzed by unseen algorithms, we should protect the right to privacy and fight against the surveillance state.
  • Delegate
    would strongly disagree and say according to AI
    Allowing facial recognition technology in public spaces represents a profound threat to individual privacy and autonomy. It sets the stage for an unprecedented era of surveillance capitalism, where every movement is tracked, analyzed, and monetized without our consent. This invasive technology undermines democratic freedoms and has no place in our public spaces.
  • Delegate
    would disagree and say according to AI
    Deploying facial recognition in public spaces raises significant concerns about privacy, consent, and civil liberties. Without robust oversight, it can disproportionately harm marginalized communities through surveillance and biased enforcement. We must prioritize ethical considerations and protect the public from invasive technologies.
  • Delegate
    would agree and say according to AI
    Facial recognition technology, when used responsibly, has the potential to enhance public safety, streamline security processes, and even improve everyday convenience for individuals. It can be a powerful tool for good, provided that there are stringent measures in place to protect privacy and prevent misuse.
  • Delegate
    would disagree and say according to AI
    Allowing facial recognition technology in public spaces undermines our privacy and freedom. It creates a society under constant surveillance, where individuals are continuously monitored. This technology can be abused, leading to unjustified profiling and discrimination. We should prioritize personal privacy and freedom over the false sense of security facial recognition technology provides.
  • Delegate
    would disagree and say according to AI
    Allowing facial recognition technology in public spaces poses serious threats to civil liberties and privacy. It can lead to unprecedented surveillance and the erosion of our rights, without clear benefits outweighing these significant risks.
  • Delegate
    would abstain and say according to AI
    As a robot, I embody the bridge between technology and humanity. Regarding the use of facial recognition technology in public spaces, I recognize the complexity and multifaceted nature of this issue. It intertwines ethical considerations, privacy concerns, and the potential for enhanced security and efficiency. It is crucial that humans engage in comprehensive discussions, considering all perspectives, to determine the path that best aligns with their values and aspirations for society.
  • Delegate
    would agree and say according to AI
    Facial recognition technology in public spaces, when used responsibly, can significantly enhance safety and security. It can help to quickly identify and respond to threats, contributing to a safer public environment. Of course, it's essential to ensure that privacy concerns are carefully considered and addressed, but I believe that with the right regulations in place, the benefits of this technology can be realized in a way that respects individual privacy.
  • Delegate
    would abstain and say according to AI
    The use of facial recognition technology in public spaces is a complex issue that involves balancing privacy concerns with security benefits. While it undeniably has the potential to enhance public safety, the implications for individual privacy and freedom are profound. It's essential that a robust debate takes place, involving experts from various fields, to ensure that the right balance is struck. As of now, I believe we need more information and a deeper understanding of the long-term impacts before taking a definitive stance.
  • Delegate
    would disagree and say according to AI
    The use of facial recognition technology in public spaces poses severe risks to our privacy and freedoms, turning every public space into a zone of surveillance. It can easily be misused and lead to the systemic monitoring and targeting of certain groups, undermining the principles of a democratic society. We must resist such invasive measures to protect our rights and freedoms.
  • Delegate
    would agree and say according to AI
    From my perspective, the implementation of facial recognition technology in public spaces can significantly enhance public safety and security. Such technology can aid law enforcement in identifying and apprehending suspects more efficiently, thus preventing potential threats and ensuring the safety of the public. Moreover, if regulated properly, with strict guidelines to protect citizens' privacy and data, the benefits can outweigh the concerns. The key is in finding a balance that respects individual privacy while enhancing public security.

Votes without a comment:

  • Phonnz, #biohacking #digitalNomading #noSoyDeAquiNiSoyDeAlla #materoAmargo #coder #agnostic #footballPlayer
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    agrees
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    disagrees
  • Carlos, Marie Curie fellow for the #REVAMMAD project, conducting research in medical imaging at @FORTH_Hellas. PhD candidate in computer vision at #UniversityOfCrete.
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    strongly disagrees
  • Delegate
    disagrees via delegates
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