M024 UMES Conference – Facial Recognition Technology in Law Enforcement: Regulation and Trust
Linthicum Heights, Maryland, USA
May 10, 2024

Register to attend this engaging and informative workshop focused on exploring the use of facial recognition and AI tools in the criminal justice system.

This workshop, led by Dr. Sandeep Gopalan and his research team at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, aims to address critical questions regarding the adoption of facial recognition technology by law enforcement agencies.

Gain insights from a variety of speakers representing a variety of backgrounds to explore the growing use of facial recognition and AI technologies in criminal justice from multiple perspectives. Engage in interactive discussions and collaborative activities aimed at developing reform proposals and promoting accountability within law enforcement agencies. Learn about the latest advances and facial recognition technologies commonly used in the field. Discuss the potential privacy implications and racial injustice concerns associated with facial recognition algorithms. Examines the impact of biased practices in policing against minority communities and explores strategies to address these issues.

Register by May 7th.

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Facial Recognition | Industry Events | Law Enforcement | University of Maryland Eastern Shore

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