Panel Discussion on San Francisco’s Facial Recognition Ban


October 17, 2019 @ 4:12 pm – 5:12 pm
Glass Room Exhibition
838 Market St.
San Francisco

As part of the Talks Program at The Glass Room, a panel discussion is being held about what the facial recognition ‘ban’ in SF really means for its citizens. We are bringing together activists from EFF, ACLU, Oakland Privacy and others to discuss the topic.
Some background info about The Glass Room and its talks program:
 The Glass Room will be open from October 16th til November 3rd, daily from 12pm-8pm, at 838 Market Street in downtown San Francisco.
The exhibits presented in the Glass Room provoke questions about who is actually building our technologies, their impact on the enviroment, their potential biases, and the impacts they are having on everything from dating to democracy. The exhibition takes the form of a pop-up tech store where nothing is actually for sale. Instead, visitors will find over 50 exhibits – ranging from readymades to animations to technical tools and unique, commissioned art works by artists such as Adam Harvey, James Bridle, Mediengruppe Bitnik, Mimi Onuoha, Tega Brain, and lots more.


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