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Daily Dashboard | Classrooms in China using AI, brain-wave trackers Related reading: Inherently identifiable: Is it possible to anonymize health and genetic data?

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A video report for The Wall Street Journal examines China's increased use of advanced artificial intelligence technology in classrooms. Schools are increasingly leveraging facial-recognition cameras and brain-wave trackers to gather information on student health and engagement. Though many teachers and parents see the technology as tools to improve grades, the surveillance is raising privacy concerns. Meanwhile, Chinese scientists have created an AI-based 500-megapixel cloud camera system "to capture thousands of faces at a stadium in perfect detail," Asia Times reports. (Registration may be required to access this story.) 
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