- Leaders in the technology industry and policy groups say a $10 million fine against Clearview AI by the U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office is likely to encourage innovation, The Wall Street Journal reports. “Knowing that such a use of personal imagery is being penalized is encouraging to those of us that want to build useful tools in an ethical way,” Fast.ai co-founder Jeremy Howard said.
- Clearview AI launched Clearview Consent, a one-to-one facial match verification that could be used in schools and other private businesses, Gizmodo reports. The company also said it is working with a U.S. company selling visitor management systems to schools.
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