translated from Spanish: Facial recognition: In the first ten days, 13 fugitives were detained

Since the 25th of April, the day in which the face recognition system for the search for fugitives was launched in Capital Federal, 72 people were put at the disposal of justice but only 13 of them were detained. Among the fugitives who were brought before the judges–there are about 46000 people wanted across the country–there are some that are for robbery, for gender violence, extortion, injuries, qualified robbery, drug trafficking, attempted homicide and rape, among Other crimes.

Now the city’s video surveillance cameras have a new technology that allows us to identify people who have requests for capture and stop them. We continue to incorporate tools to combat crime and move towards a safer city. — City Police (@Policia_ciudad)
April 25, 2019

How the Facial recognition system works
In the city of Buenos Aires there are installed 7000 cameras, of which 300 are rotating, with the aim of analyzing the faces of people and thus be able to detect if there is any fugitive from justice, taking into account the records of the database that has the query National of Rebellion and captures (CONARC), in charge of the Ministry of Justice and Human rights of the nation.

Original source in Spanish

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