A video posted on YouTube shows HP's facial recognition software tracking the movements of a white face, but not a black one, something the video's maker calls "racist" but the computer giant says is definitely not, MSNBC reports. A Texas man, Desi Cryer, who is black, was at work in a retail store with a fellow employee who is white when the two recorded a test of the facial recognition software on a new HP computer and posted the result on YouTube. Cryer got in front of the webcam, moved back and forth, and said, "It's supposed to follow me...

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