The future of police surveillance tech on display in Dubai

01/04/2023 | The New York Times

An article in The New York Times (£) reports on the "better and harder-to-detect" surveillance technologies available to law enforcement agencies at a conference in Dubai. Some of the technologies on display included facial recognition software that tracks individuals across cities, cameras that can reach car license plates from a kilometre away, and miniature video cameras. There's even a headset that can detect when the wearer is telling lies. 

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Article title: A.I., Brain Scans and Cameras: The Spread of Police Surveillance Tech

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