Now serving to provide security verification, profile potential terrorists, and even help determine the mood of shoppers, the expansion of facial-recognition systems seems to have been adopted throughout society. The Wall Street Journal reports on how its proliferation has spurred privacy concerns. In an episode of "Moving Upstream," Jason Bellini tests out facial-recognition systems to find that technology doesn’t always work as advertised. He said, “We've entered a new world, where uncertain technology might try to read our faces, as if reading our minds."
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