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Our public policy team is actually working on facial recognition regulations, and it makes a lot of sense to regulate that, it's a perfect example of something that has really positive uses, so you don't want to put the brakes on it. At the same time, there's lots of potential for abuses with that kind of technology, and so you do want regulations.
Getting there was hard. Technically hard, we had to design and build our own proprietary cameras and shelves and invent new computer vision algorithms, including the ability to stitch together imagery from hundreds of cooperating cameras. And we had to do it in a way where the technology worked so well that it simply receded into the background, invisible.
An even more stark example is Facebook. Heres a guy who literally, in his dorm room, started a company Mark Zuckerberg started a company in his dorm room, which is now worth half a trillion dollars less than two decades ago, how do you get that kind of entrepreneurial [advancement] in space? You need to lower the price of admission right now to do anything interesting in space because it requires so much heavy lifting and so much infrastructure development.