A man was pulled to one side, grilled, and fined by cops after he hid his face from a facial-recognition system being tested on the streets of south east England.
London's Metropolitan Police was at the time running public tests of AI-powered equipment that takes photos of people out and about in the capital, and runs the pics through an image database of Brits on a watch list looking for a match.
LIST OF ABOUT 150 GEOLOGICAL WEBPAGES BY IAN WEST
(This results from more than 20 years of webpage-writing from 1995 to 2018. Older pages are being updated, and almost all is in a state of continual progress. With about 10,000 images. This whole site can be downloaded in order to archive for non-commercial, academic use, but it is regularly updated in parts from time to time, and continually changing to a small extent.)
A Statement on Visit to the United Kingdom, by Professor Philip Alston, United Nations Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights
The substantial impact of the financial crisis has left people's wages 3% below what they were a decade ago, new research reveals.
The analysis done for the BBC by the Institute for Fiscal Studies shows that on average people's real annual wages are £800 lower.