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Ukraine is scanning faces of dead Russians, then contacting the mothers

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Ukrainian officials have run more than 8,600 facial recognition searches on dead or captured Russian soldiers in the 50 days since Moscow's invasion began. The country's IT Army says it has used those identifications to inform the families of the deaths of 582 Russians, including by sending them photos of the abandoned corpses. The Ukrainians champion the use of face-scanning software from the U.S. tech firm Clearview AI as a brutal but effective way to stir up dissent.
6 months ago·Kyiv, Ukraine

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The Washington PostThe Washington Post

Ukraine is scanning faces of dead Russians, then contacting the mothers

Ukrainian officials say their use of a U.S. company’s facial recognition software to identify dead soldiers could accelerate the end of a brutal war. But some experts argue it could set a gruesome precedent.

6 months ago·Washington, United States
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The HillThe Hill

Ukraine has used facial recognition tech to notify Russian families of dead soldiers: report

Ukraine is using facial recognition technology from U.S. company Clearview AI to identify dead Russian soldiers and send the images to their families in an effort to turn sentiment against the war,…

6 months ago·Washington, United States
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Washington ExaminerWashington Examiner

Ukraine uses facial recognition software to identify dead Russian soldiers

Ukrainian officials are using facial recognition software from the United States to identify captured or dead Russian soldiers since the Russian invasion began 50 days ago.

6 months ago·Washington, United States
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National PostNational Post

Ukraine is scanning faces of dead Russians, then contacting the mothers

The country's IT Army says it has used those identifications to inform the families of the deaths of 582 Russians, including by sending them photos of the…

6 months ago·Canada
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Toronto SunToronto Sun

Ukraine scanning faces of dead Russian soldiers, then contacting families

Ukrainian officials have run more than 8,600 facial recognition searches on dead or captured Russian soldiers since Moscow's invasion began.

6 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Business InsiderBusiness Insider

Ukraine is using facial recognition to ID dead Russian soldiers and send photos of corpses home to their moms: report

Facial recognition technology, donated by a controversial US firm, is part of a gruesome campaign to shock everyday Russians into opposing the war.

6 months ago·United States
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