Face Race

Chinese Companies are Already Using Facial Recognition as a Method of Payment

While daily use of facial recognition in much of the world is largely limited to unlocking iPhones, Chinese companies have already put the technology to widespread use as a method of payment. From KFC to vending machine manufacturers, project sponsors are pushing initiatives to integrate the next-gen technology into more everyday transactions.
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