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RealNetworks decided to make its facial recognition technology available for free to schools across the US and Canada. If school officials could detect strangers on their campuses, they might be able to stop shooters before they got to a classroom.From working with schools, RealNetworks, the streaming media company, says it's learned an important lesson: Facial recognition isn't likely an effective tool for preventing shootings. If schools don't know who a likely shooter is, the company says, its software doesn't know who to find.
https://www.cnet.com/features/facial-recognition-in-schools-even-supporters-say-it-wont-stop-shootings/