The controversy came from the discovery of social media usersMicrosoftA blog article published in January. Microsoft says it is offering to ICECloud serviceAnd "proud" of the work. The company says these services can "help employees make smarter decisions more quickly," such as "allowing them to handle data on edge devices or to use deep learning functions to accelerate facial recognition.
In the new blog, Brad Smith, the vice president of Microsoft, explained in specific face recognition, "we have made a confirmation of the problem related contracts, and have nothing to do with the application of facial recognition."
Previously, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella was also public.DevelopmentThe statement claims that the company's collaboration with ICE is "supporting traditional mail, calendar, messaging and document management workloads". "Cooperation with any government will always be guided and guided by our ethics. "Nadella did not specify that these were the only services provided to ICE, but added that the company did not participate in the plan to separate children from their families.