Facial recognition in schools: systems deployed in Europe and the US amid privacy concerns

New facial recognition systems are being deployed across school campuses around the world, while others are being removed amidst privacy concerns. In Russia, dozens of schools are now testing the technology, while similar trials were stopped in North Ayrshire, UK after campaigners prompted the country’s data privacy watchdog to intervene. Also, PontoiD’s face biometrics systems were deployed in two schools in Brazil, and the University of Wisconsin–Madison recently renewed its exam-proctoring software contract with Honorlock.

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