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Facial recognition is here to stay, but can we control its use?

Three days ago, in a letter to members of the United States Congress, IBM announced that it was abandoning the development of general-purpose facial recognition technologies because of their potential for mass surveillance, human rights violations and racial discrimination.

In his letter, IBM CEO Arvind Krishna called for a reconsideration of the sale of

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On the effects of technology and innovation on people, companies and society (writing in Spanish at enriquedans.com since 2003)

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Enrique Dans

Enrique Dans

Professor of Innovation at IE Business School and blogger at enriquedans.com

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