By  on March 7, 2019

A recent survey by the Brookings Institution found that people are wary of facial recognition technology — despite businesses forging ahead to deploy it.

In a poll taken last fall, researchers at Brookings asked if use of the technology is an invasion of personal privacy. Twenty-eight percent of respondents said it was not while 42 percent said it was. Thirty percent said they were unsure.

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