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Controversial AI technology deployed alongside record-breaking 5G network

Last Saturday, over 20 million viewers from across the UK watched the coronation of King Charles III, making it the country’s most-watched TV event of the year. Another two million or so took to the streets of London, closely monitored by AI.

Ahead of the coronation, the Metropolitan Police confirmed it would be deploying live facial recognition technology – which scans faces and compares them to a list of people wanted for alleged crimes – across central London to identify potentially dangerous individuals blending into the crowd.

During the event, the software scanned images from central London’s nearly 1 million CCTV cameras and analyzed them using an AI algorithm to identify faces that might match those on the Met’s watchlist. The sheer scale of the deployment made it the largest ever use of live facial recognition technology in public spaces in UK history.

Live facial recognition technology has been a subject of controversy in the UK in recent years over concerns about privacy, civil liberties and the potential for the technology to be misused.

One of the main problems is the lack of clear legal regulations for its use. “Live facial recognition is not mentioned in any UK law, has never been discussed in Parliament and is one of the most privacy-intrusive technologies ever used in the UK police force,” said the spokesperson. Madeleine Stone, legal and policy officer at British civil liberties campaign group Big Brother watch.

Critics argue that the use of live facial recognition could lead to false positives, falsely identifying innocent people as suspects. There are also concerns that the technology could disproportionately affect certain groups, such as people of color or people with disabilities, due to the potential for prejudice in the algorithms used to analyze the images.

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