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China Installs Facial Recognition in Religious Institutions

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is extending surveillance technologies like facial recognition in China, with religious places being seen as a critical area to...

China’s Export of AI Surveillance Worldwide Is Dangerous

China is building the biggest surveillance system in the world, complete with millions of cameras set up throughout the country, facial recognition systems capable...

CCP Tightens Population Control Measures With ‘Smart Locks’

The Chinese government is mandating the installation of "smart locks" in rental properties across China. These devices lock or unlock doors by cross-checking phones...

CCP Virus Has Given China Excuse for Widening Surveillance Network

China has one of the most extensive surveillance systems in the world, with millions of CCTV cameras spread throughout the country and AI systems...

A Normal Day in Chinese Schools: Smart Uniforms and Facial Recognition

With the Chinese government bringing every aspect of human life under surveillance, it was inevitable that even children would be monitored. In many Chinese...

China Is Expanding AI Into Schools

In China, Artificial Intelligence is being increasingly used in schools. While AI is said to be helping the students perform better academically, some believe...

Hong Kong Police Possess Australian Facial Recognition Software

Many people have suggested that the Hong Kong police might be using facial recognition software to keep the protests in check. A new report...

Hong Kong Face Mask Prohibition: Implications and Facial Recognition

On October 4, the Hong Kong government issued the Forbidden Masking Act. It is the latest measure in the government's effort to suppress the...

Megvii: The Rise of Chinese Facial Recognition and Profiling Tech

Megvii is an artificial intelligence startup from China popular for providing facial recognition software. Valued at over US$1 billion, the company’s history of supporting...

Hong Kong Protests Have Become a Technological Battleground

Hong Kong is at present starkly divided into two camps — the local government that plans on limiting the rights of Hongkongers, and protestors...

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