May 282019

Elizabeth Hernandez follows up on a story that the Colorado Springs Independent broke last week:

A professor at the University of Colorado’s Colorado Springs campus led a project that secretly snapped photos of more than 1,700 students, faculty members and others walking in public more than six years ago in an effort to enhance facial-recognition technology.

The photographs were posted online as a dataset that could be publicly downloaded from 2016 until this past April.

Read more on the Denver Post.

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