Even the world’s best available training – used to train police, border control agents and other security personnel – does not compensate for natural talent in face recognition.
Rapper Jamal Knox was convicted of making terroristic threats against two Pittsburgh police officers in a rap song. Now his case is before the Supreme Court, with serious implications for free speech.
Emoji add a sense of fun and nuance to digital communications. But where does the law stand when they're used to suggest violence or threats?