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Ottawa police and Wet'sutwet'en solidarity protestors pictured during a march in downtown Ottawa on Feb. 24. Facial recognition technology is being used by law enforcement without public oversight, and its tendency to disproportionately misidentify people of colour, LGBTQ2+ people, and women makes it inherently biased, writes Erica Ifill. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade

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