Scotland Yard to use live facial recognition tech to track watchlist of 2,500 suspects and find missing people

  The Sun 

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BRITAIN’S biggest police force is to start using facial recognition cameras in a bid to track down thousands of dangerous criminals. London’s Met will deploy the tech in public places in the fight against serious crime. The scheme will also to help to find missing children and other vulnerable people. Suspects on watchlists will be […]
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