Bob Sprecher writes:
Adoption of biometric identification technology in airports seems to be a global trend. In particular, facial recognition is being used to improve the passenger experience and simplify the work of airline employees, security personnel, and customs and border protection agents. While debates over legal and ethical issues will continue, and are necessary to establish best practices and implementation guidelines, growth in the use of facial recognition in all forms of transportation seems a likely outcome of the current evolution in technology. A significant reason is that it will speed up critical security processes and increase public convenience.
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