Many of the most modern facial recognition systems can also detect emotions.
As well as identifying who someone is, this tech can also discover how they’re feeling.
Is that a bridge too far? Where does security stop and privacy begin?
Do people have the right to keep their feelings to themselves?
On the other hand, could reading emotions provide crucial extra information to teams guarding secure areas?
Tech giants have recently decided to pause their sales of technology that can read emotions after controversial reactions to the software.
Where do you stand on this one?
Is it justifiable to exchange total security of our public spaces for greater security of our privacy?
The ethical use of AI will be one of the decade’s biggest debates. Make sure you have your say…