This Controversial Facial Recognition Technology Is Watching You In Casinos | Forbes

Oosto, formerly known as AnyVision, is an Israeli facial recognition company that faced controversy when their technology was used by the Israeli military to surveil Palestinians. Now they’ve moved to the private sector, specifically in casinos , where their technology is used to monitor and track so-called “bad actors” and banned players. The technology is currently being used by Muscogee Nation Gaming Enterprises in their River Spirit Casino Resort and plan to roll it out to all of their properties.

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