Uber faces race discrimination claims over use of error-prone face-recognition technology
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Uber is facing new legal actions for harassment, victimisation, and indirect discrimination over its use of allegedly racist facial recognition systems utilised by its ride-hailing and food-delivery businesses.

Supported by the Equality & Human Rights Commission and Worker Info Exchange, the App Drivers & Couriers Union (ADCU) has launched race discrimination and unfair dismissal claims against the ride-hailing giant in the UK, believed to be a global first for the gig economy.


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