In a shocking move, the government has announced the launch of a new program designed to reduce the inequality of facial recognition technology. Dubbed the “Kavanaugh Equality Initiative,” the program will provide facial recognition software specifically designed to recognize the faces of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who has been the subject of numerous sexual misconduct allegations.
According to a statement released by the government, the goal of the program is to ensure that facial recognition technology is not used to discriminate against any individual, regardless of their identity or background. To do this, the program will provide special facial recognition software that is specifically trained to recognize Brett Kavanaugh’s face.
The software is already being used at Sundance Film Festival to identify Justice Kavanaugh in the documentary “Justice,” which explores the allegations of sexual misconduct against him. This software is being used to ensure that Kavanaugh is not unfairly targeted or judged based on his identity, and that his rights are respected and protected.
The government has also stated that the program will be expanded to other venues and locations, with the intention of ensuring a level playing field when it comes to facial recognition technology.
The Kavanaugh Equality Initiative is expected to be met with mixed reactions, but many are hopeful that it will help to create a more equitable landscape for facial recognition technology.
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