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Public Bathrooms Get Facial Recognition Systems Because Public Bathrooms Weren’t Creepy Enough Already

geek.com Monday, 20 March 2017
Public Bathrooms Get Facial Recognition Systems Because Public Bathrooms Weren’t Creepy Enough AlreadyThe thought of facial recognition systems being able to spot you in a crowd at a ball game? That’s unnerving enough. Seeing one eyeballing you as you walk into the bathroom? Now that’s […]

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News video: Scan Your Face Here For Toilet Paper

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Need toilet paper in the restrooms at Bejing's Temple of Heaven Park? You'll have to show your face. The park has, according to media reports, installed six machines outside its public bathrooms that scan visitors' faces before dispensing a set amount of paper. The facial recognition software is part...

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