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Puppy love is in their genes, wrongful arrests highlight bias in facial recognition software and the world’s oldest tennis player takes the court. Check out these stories and others you might have missed on this week's episode of 5 Stories.
By Deema Zein, Julia Griffin
Microsoft has become the third big tech company this week to say it won’t sell its facial recognition software to police, following similar moves by Amazon and IBM.
By Matt O'Brien, Associated Press
At least three states have scanned millions of driver's license photos on behalf of Immigration and Customs Enforcement without the drivers' knowledge or consent.
By Frank Bajak, Associated Press
In our news wrap Wednesday, tensions between the U.S. and Iran have prompted new diplomatic and military moves. The State Department ordered non-essential government staff out of neighboring Iraq, where Germany and the Netherlands also halted military training missions. Meanwhile,…
By Associated Press
The ban is part of broader oversight legislation that orders San Francisco departments to spell out details of any surveillance currently in use and any surveillance they hope to use.
By Michael Boulter
Could FaceID on Apple's iPhone X pose a conflict of self-incrimination? Legal experts weigh in.
By PBS NewsHour
The New York Police Department's facial identification unit might not quite measure up to Hollywood standards, but they are on the cusp of a big change in the way police do their job. Miles O'Brien examines the software that turned…
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