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17:20  11 october  2019
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Jeff Bezos says Amazon is developing facial recognition regulations

  Jeff Bezos says Amazon is developing facial recognition regulations Amazon is crafting a set of proposed regulations to govern the use of facial recognition technology, company CEO Jeff Bezos said on Wednesday. © Andrej Sokolow/picture alliance/Getty ImagesFollowing a product event in Seattle, Bezos told reporters that Amazon's public policy team is working on draft rules, which could apply broadly to all facial recognition services, because "there's lots of potential for abuses with that kind of technology, and so you do want regulations." "It's a classic, you know, dual use kind of technology. You can have good things and you can have bad things," Bezos said.

After having already suffered a facial fracture in an offseason pickup game that cost him the start of training camp and the preseason -opening win, Irving’ s Nets debut Just 1 minute and 6 seconds, to be exact, after the injury was aggravated by getting hit in the face by Lakers point guard Rajon Rondo.

Nets point guard Kyrie Irving exited the team' s preseason matchup with the Lakers after aggravating his facial fracture on Thursday. Irving suffered a left side facial fracture during a pickup game in September. He wore a mask against Los Angeles in Shanghai on Thursday, but he quickly exited the

Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving will miss Saturday's preseason game against the Los Angeles Lakers after aggravating a facial fracture during the previous contest, the team announced Friday.

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Irving played just one minute in Thursday's affair in China before Lakers guard Rajon Rondo delivered inadvertent contact to his face. The six-time All-Star initially suffered the injury during an offseason pickup game and was sporting a protective mask during his Nets debut in China.

The 27-year-old signed a four-year, $136-million contract with the Nets this summer.

Amazon wants to write the rules regulating facial recognition tech

  Amazon wants to write the rules regulating facial recognition tech Amazon is drafting laws to regulate facial recognition technology, Vox reports. Supposedly, the company hopes that federal lawmakers will adopt its proposal as legislation. "Our public policy team is actually working on facial recognition regulations; it makes a lot of sense to regulate that," CEO Jeff Bezos said in an appearance following Amazon's hardware event yesterday. In February, Amazon shared "proposed guidelines" for the responsible useIn February, Amazon shared "proposed guidelines" for the responsible use of facial recognition for policymakers to consider when drafting new laws. But actually writing the laws goes one step further.

Kyrie Irving left his preseason debut with the Brooklyn Nets after just one minute and did not return after aggravating a facial fracture , according The Nets and Lakers are playing in Shanghai in their first of two scheduled preseason matchups in China; the second is penciled for Saturday in Shenzhen.

Irving aggravated his facial fracture shortly after tip-off in his preseason debut for the Nets, who beat the Los Angeles Lakers 114-111 in the debut of this year' s two- game The Chinese state broadcaster CCTV said it was not going to show the Lakers-Nets games on Thursday or in Shenzhen on Saturday .

Brooklyn forward Caris LeVert also left Thursday's contest after being poked in the eye in the first quarter. He's listed as questionable for the second matchup against the Lakers in China.

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Zion Williamson injury update: Pelicans rookie (knee) to miss 'weeks' to start season, report says .
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