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The Home Office has deployed facial recognition technology despite knowing that it could fail to recognise people with very dark or light skins, internal documents show.

The technology for the Home Office’s online passport photo checking system was tested before going live in 2016 but was found to be unable to recognise some ethnic groups’ faces.

Officials still pressed ahead even though it could falsely flag lips as an open mouth in some black faces and reject their photos, according to documents released under Freedom of Information laws, show.

Face recognition technology has a record of failing to correctly identify people with certain skin tones. For example, Google had to apologise in 2015...

The Home Office has deployed facial recognition technology despite knowing that it could fail to recognise people with very dark or light skins, internal documents show.

The technology for the Home Office’s online passport photo checking system was tested before going live in 2016 but was found to be unable to recognise some ethnic groups’ faces.

Officials still pressed ahead even though it could falsely flag lips as an open mouth in some black faces and reject their photos, according to documents released under Freedom of Information laws, show.

Face recognition technology has a record of failing to correctly identify people with certain skin tones. For example, Google had to apologise in 2015...

The Home Office has deployed facial recognition technology despite knowing that it could fail to recognise people with very dark or light skins, internal documents show.

The technology for the Home Office’s online passport photo checking system was tested before going live in 2016 but was found to be unable to recognise some ethnic groups’ faces.

Officials still pressed ahead even though it could falsely flag lips as an open mouth in some black faces and reject their photos, according to documents released under Freedom of Information laws, show.

Face recognition technology has a record of failing to correctly identify people with certain skin tones. For example, Google had to apologise in 2015...

The Home Office has deployed facial recognition technology despite knowing that it could fail to recognise people with very dark or light skins, internal documents show.

The technology for the Home Office’s online passport photo checking system was tested before going live in 2016 but was found to be unable to recognise some ethnic groups’ faces.

Officials still pressed ahead even though it could falsely flag lips as an open mouth in some black faces and reject their photos, according to documents released under Freedom of Information laws, show.

Face recognition technology has a record of failing to correctly identify people with certain skin tones. For example, Google had to apologise in 2015...