One of China’s top universities has installed facial recognition in a female dormitory to ensure the building is off limits to non-residents.
The scanners were introduced by Beijing Normal University last month over security concerns, and will be rolled out to another nine female dormitory buildings if they prove successful.
Facial recognition is becoming increasingly common in China, where it has been installed in ATM machines, KFC restaurants and even public toilets, as a means of clamping down on loo-roll theft.
The scanning technology was even used by organisers of a marathon in Beijing to snare cheats, and by a college lecturer to allow him to spot if students were getting bored…. read more
by lhwm: They are preparing for the one world order. How else can they know who everyone is and where everyone goes, wow! They always say that it is good for your benefit. What do you say?