Facial-Recognition System Eliminated In Tampa


TAMPA, Fla. -- Police have eliminated a facial-recognition software system connected to cameras that scanned crowds in Tampa's Ybor City in search of wanted criminals.

The software failed to net any arrests in two years. The system was intended to recognize the facial characteristics of felons, sexual predators and runaway children through a database of thousands of mug shots.

"It's just proven not to have any benefit to us," Capt. Bob Guidara, a department spokesman, said Tuesday.

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