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License to Scan

Who has the right to scan you?

Who has the right to scan you? Scanning technologies whether it is face recognition or otherwise is becoming widespread. You can register a lot of information with different private companies. This article is a short reflection on scanning technology and the use of artificial intelligence.

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Timothy Dalton as an actor did perhaps one of the worst portrayals of James Bond, but the title was catchy!
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Real-time AI self-expression from the Google AI Blog back in March 2019

From private to state

With the Coronavirus there are many states who have now decided that they will be looking closer and attempting to understand patterns of disease spreading. There has been enough mentions that these powers can be used for other purposes, so I do not have to repeat it. Rather consider what difference this does make.

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AI Policy and Ethics at www.nora.ai. Student at University of Copenhagen MSc in Social Data Science. All views are my own. twitter.com/AlexMoltzau

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