"But that ability and willingness to pivot is a cause for concern, said Albert Gidari, director of privacy at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society. “The biggest risk is mission creep, even if the initial implementation is health and safety in the workplace,” he said. Down the line, vendors could repurpose their technology to monitor some other behavior. “It’s not a stretch to see this as a productivity-measurement tool.”" Read more about Don’t Stand So Close to Me: AI Cameras Police Social Distancing at Work
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