Stopping facial recognition for good work is cruel: Microsoft chief
- Microsoft president Brad Smith said the move would be "cruel in the humanitarian effect"
- Smith said Delhi police had recently trialed facial recognition technology and identified almost 3,000 missing children in 4 days
Microsoft President Brad Smith has shot down calls to stop selling facial recognition software to government agencies, saying the move would be "cruel" as it could hamper good work such as diagnosing rare diseases.
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