Facial Recognition Technology Does NOT Spot Wanted Man In Crowd Of 60,000 Chinese Concert-Goers

I really hate that title.... and the messaging is the same across hundreds of media outlets that have run similarly headlined versions of this story.

The technology spotted him at a choke point at the entrance to the venue - and then they tracked him down via surveillance to his seat. Facial recognition can not scan 60K faces in a stadium and pick one person out, yet this is the messaging of the editors writing headlines to this story.

Also - how many of the other 59,999 people who came to this concert were similarly accosted at their seats based on false positives at the entrance choke point before they could prove they weren't the wanted person?

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