Clearview AI is looking to expand globally, report says
The facial recognition company reportedly wants to sell its app to law enforcement in 22 more countries.
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The nations marked on the purported document include Australia, Canada, Singapore, Dubai, Qatar, Nigeria, Colombia, Brazil, the UK, Norway, Sweden, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Greece, Ukraine and Romania.
Clearview AI didn't immediately respond to a request for comment, but it reportedly told BuzzFeed News that it's "focused on doing business in USA and Canada."
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