Benjamin Verdi YPFP, facial recognition technology, facial recognition technology racial bias, US police reform

Benjamin Verdi, Young Professionals in Foreign Policy, police reform, facial recognition technology, facial recognition technology racial bias, facial recognition technology inaccuracies, police use of facial recognition technology, tech news, police surveillance technology, facial recognition dangers

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