Aug 252019
 August 25, 2019  Posted by  Featured News, Non-U.S., Surveillance, Youth & Schools

Cao Siqi and Xu Keyue report:

A primary school in Shanghai is planning to build an artificial intelligence (AI) technology system to monitor and analyze student behavior including extra attention for details such as smiling or yawning.

Chinese experts, however, warned the application could violate student privacy and even contribute to personality disorders.

Minhang Qiangwei Primary School affiliated to Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine plans to use facial recognition, big data and thermal sensing technology, local media reported.

Read more on Global Times.

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