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Technology: The case for use of live facial recognition

South Wales, the national lead on Automatic Facial Recognition technology, continues to champion its use, despite ongoing legal challenges. In an interview with Police Oracle, its Chief Constable, Matt Jukes, talks about the task the service faces in gaining acceptance of new technology and equipment.

Matt Jukes, Chief Constable for South Wales

Matt Jukes, Chief Constable for South Wales

Date - 21st January 2020
By - Chloe Livadeas
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At the head of a new year and new decade, CC Jukes has reaffirmed the force’s commitment to its use of live automatic facial recognition (AFR), which it has been trailing at public events since 2017. Deputy Chief Constable Richard Lewis...
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