Based on the previous researches, I have had a question about a possibility like below.
With real-time facial recognition system on drones’s eyes, what if surveillance drone policing system itself may ‘protect’ privacy for people’s visual anonymity by blurring faces? is it possible to become points of compromise of tensions between privacy and surveillance?
Based on the question, I made a project title and description of it.
Title – Point of Compromises (Between ‘Privacy’ for Visual Anonymity and ‘Surveillance’ for Security)
Description – Points of Compromise proposes a rational system design for surveillance drone policing. It explores how camera monitoring systems may ‘protect’ the public. The project explores the tensions between privacy and surveillance.