Sydney Airport is in the first stages of trialing ‘couch to gate’ facial recognition technology in conjunction with carrier, Qantas.
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At a highway check point on the outskirts of Beijing, local police are this week testing out a new security tool: smart glasses that can pick up facial features and car registration plates, and match them in real-time with a database of suspects.
Perth children’s health research institute Telethon Kids has partnered with NEC Australia to explore how algorithms for eye tracking and facial recognition could be used to develop autism detection and diagnosis tools.
A privacy group has strongly condemned suggestions that Brisbane public transport users could be biometrically scanned to pay their fare.
The federal government will spend $22.5 million over the next three years deploying facial recognition technology at Australia’s airports, eliminating the need for travelers to produce passports at gates.
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