China's all-seeing surveillance state is reading its citizens' faces

Signal of change / China's all-seeing surveillance state is reading its citizens' faces

By Dorothy Ng / 13 Jul 2017

China's all-seeing surveillance state is reading its citizens' faces

Ms Gan Liping pumped her bike across a busy street, racing to beat a crossing light before it turned red. She didn't make it. Immediately, her face popped up on two video screens above the street. "Jaywalkers will be captured using facial-recognition technology," the screens said.. Read more at straitstimes.com.



Resource links:

What might the implications of this be? What related signals of change have you seen?

Please register or log in to comment.

Suggested