Incident 298: Student-Developed Facial Recognition App Raised Ethical Concerns
Description: TheFaceTag app, a social networking app developed and deployed within-campus by a student at Harvard raised concerns surrounding its facial recognition, cybersecurity, privacy, and misuse. This incident has been downgraded to an issue as it does not meet current ingestion criteria.
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Alleged: Yuen Ler Chow developed and deployed an AI system, which harmed TheFaceTag app users.
The following former incidents have been converted to "issues" following an update to the incident definition and ingestion criteria.
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A "variant" is an incident that shares the same causative factors, produces similar harms, and involves the same intelligent systems as a known AI incident. Rather than index variants as entirely separate incidents, we list variations of incidents under the first similar incident submitted to the database. Unlike other submission types to the incident database, variants are not required to have reporting in evidence external to the Incident Database. Learn more from the research paper.