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  • Facing Tomorrow’s High-Tech School Surveillance

    Motherboard - 11/01/2018

    “The mechanisms that perpetuate such systemic inequalities do not magically disappear when a new technological system like facial recognition is introduced into classrooms and therapeutic environments,” said Meryl Alper, an assistant professor of communication studies at Northeastern University. “History shows that they actually tend to amplify them.”

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