Madison Square Garden, the home of the New York Knicks and the NHL’s New York Rangers, has been utilizing facial-acknowledgment innovation for the individuals who get through the building entryways with a specific end goal to distinguish individuals who enter, reports the New York Times.
Facial recognition innovation takes pictures of individuals with the sole reason for distinguishing proof to decide whether the individual is a security risk. The product is generally utilized by law implementation in various ways.
A representative for MSG and the National Hockey League declined remark to Times Reporters.
Facial recognition when anyone enters the locker room!
— Dallas Mavericks (@dallasmavs) September 30, 2017
“Nothing is more important to us than the safety and security of the fans, players, team and arena staff at our games,” said NBA spokesman Mike Bass. “The league and our teams are exploring the use of all state-of-the-art technology, including facial recognition, to ensure that we have industry-best security measures to protect all those in our arenas.”
As per the report, the Dallas Mavericks and Sacramento Kings have likewise tried different things with the innovation.
Regarding who can utilize the innovation, there is right now no government statute representing how the tech can be utilized.