The Case of Madison Square Garden.
Where is Leticia James on this?
ToreSaysSubstack: The Madison Square Garden Company in New York doesn’t mind the critism of racist algorithms (they really are racist) as long as it can CANCEL people the company doesn’t want to be their patrons or any people directly associated (family, business etc) with them too.
Facial recognition technology has been a hot topic recently, with many people raising concerns about its accuracy and ethical implications. One of the most significant criticisms of facial recognition technology is that it is inherently racist and discriminatory.
One of the primary reasons for this is that facial recognition algorithms are often trained on partial data. Data is usually collected and sold by many private and government entities, and the information that their database may have can be outdated in substance, so it’s not just about facial recognition.
Attorney Barbara Hart told Rolling Stone in December about being taken away by security guards with her husband in October prior to a concert at Madison Square Garden. The couple was celebrating their wedding anniversary that day.
Security personnel reportedly told her that automatic facial recognition had identified her. In doing so, the employees had mentioned a picture of her on her employer’s website, she said. Because she is employed by the law firm Grant & Eisenhofer, she had been ordered to leave the building.
The reason for this is an ongoing legal dispute between MSG and some investors, who are represented by Hart’s employer, among others.
Does this mean that PRIVATE entities and or companies FUNDED by taxpayers can EXCLUDE people simply for being employed by a company MSG does not like? MORE
So they really do all look alike?
You know what this means
I, too, can exclude ANYONE I do not want in MY Business.
Even if I ONLY USE MY TWO EYES.
Can You See Me Now?
I stumbled at the word “critism” and can’t get back up.
Did you ever notice that the vertices (points) in those facial recognition line overlays don’t make any sense?
The madison square garden company has been a hotbed of racism and segregation themselves, with “ushers” being told not to allow any non-white person inside. NYC has been a racist commune forever, a fact hidden by sly media and polluted politicians.