Facial recognition is a technology that grows stronger every day. In fact, today it is part of a large percentage of our daily life when we interact with it through actions as simple as unlocking a cell phone. In countries such as China, for example, its application is massive in cities, reaching the point of being a requirement for procedures such as registering a cell phone SIM card.
There are companies that implement these systems to validate the entry of their personnel to restricted areas, and even the Police use it as a surveillance tool in protests and sports events. From all its applications, citizen security is one of the most delicate fields when talking about this technology.