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CEO speaks out about Clearview AI's controversial facial recognition technology

Clearview AI facial recognition software aims to match people's faces with billions of images scraped off social media and shares them with clients like police agencies. CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett joined CBSN AM with more on the CEO's first network TV interview.


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