Privacy experts alarmed by app claiming it can identify trustworthiness

19/01/2021 | Vice

DeepScore, a Japanese technology company, claims that its facial recognition and voice application can determine a person’s trustworthiness. The app analyzes facial muscular twitches and voice changes to make its determination. Privacy and human rights experts are concerned about whether the technology meets GDPR requirements and how it will be used.

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Facial recognition, People, white, female

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