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Leaders' questions & answers

From image recognition cameras at supermarket checkouts to Limerick being one of Europe’s greenest cities, Emily Maree is back with six big questions for six experts

7th July, 2019
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1. There is always a concern when an organisation such as Walmart collects data, in this case images through their image recognition camera scheme. There is no fair proportion between collecting such data to hit a very small group.

2. I think we’ve just witnessed the very start of smart clothing, but it is interesting to follow how it develops alongside the increasing focus on clothing that doesn’t damage the environment....

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