UK police handed over 7 people’s photos to a controversial facial recognition scheme

TOLGA AKMEN/AFP/Getty ImagesLondon’s King’s Cross station was revealed to have trialled some facial recognition technology.A UK police report showed London’s Metropolitan Police gave photos of seven people to a controversial facial recognition scheme in the Kings Cross area in the centre of the capital.The photos were of “wanted individuals, known offenders and missing persons.” The police couldn’t confirm whether any matches had resulted from the images being shared.Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. A report from the Metropolitan Police showed the extent of a surreptitious plan to use facial recognition in cameras at King’s Cross, a newly redeveloped and popular area in central London.The developer behind King’s Cross, Argent, admitted in August that the area had started

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