POLL: Does facial recognition technology used on the general public make you uncomfortable?
Facial recognition technology is no longer being used just to identify criminal suspects – now it’s used practically everywhere on the general public – sometimes without their knowledge.
Today we reported that the world’s largest hotel chain – Marriott International – will start using facial recognition software in China to allow guests to check into their hotel rooms.
The Los Angeles airport is testing a program to allow facial scans to be used a your boarding pass.
Facebook also uses the facial recognition technology on their users, making it easier to tag people in your posts.
It’s practically everywhere! Does this make you uncomfortable, or do you consider it a convenience?
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