Microsoft deletes huge facial recognition data after investigation

Reportedly more than 10 million images of 100,000 people.
Microsoft, Tech, Facial recognition, AI

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Microsoft has reportedly deleted a huge set of facial recognition data.

The deletion comes after a Financial Times investigation.

The database reportedly contained more than 10 million images of about 100,000 real people.

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