See More →Amazon delivery drivers nationwide have to sign a "biometric consent" form this week that grants the tech behemoth permission to use AI-powered cameras to access drivers' location, movement, and biometric data. If the company’s delivery drivers, who number around 75,000 in the United States, refuse to sign these forms, they lose their jobs. "Using your photograph, this Technology, may create Biometric Information, and collect, store, and use Biometric Information from such photographs." Technically, these drivers aren't even employed by Amazon, but by roughly 800 companies, known as delivery service partners that operate out of Amazon delivery stations. "I had one driver who refused to sign," the owner of an Amazon delivery company in the Pacific Northwest told Motherboard.