According to the expert, the more users use face recognition systems, the more extensive tools will be developed for total surveillance of people. In the future, on the basis of this, lists of suspects for investigation can be created.
After all, these systems already now determine ethnicity, beauty, well-being, mood, and even the potential ability to make money. But the main thing, according to Monteiro, is that the constant use of facial recognition technologies reinforces the stereotype in society about the legality of these methods.
“But the most alarming thing is that the use of face analysis technologies affects how they determine not only a person’s personality, but also his origin, character and social value,” the expert emphasizes.