Oct 252018
 October 25, 2018  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

Brian Flores reports:

There continues to be a healthy debate on the use of facial recognition technology. But one school in Seattle has embraced it, saying it keeps staff and students safer. Plus it’s more convenient for parents.

You used to need a key card if you needed to get into the University Child Development School in Seattle. Or somebody needed to buzz you in to unlock the gate during school hours. But since about March of this year, all people need now is their face.

“If they’re in the system, it will identify their face and unlock the door, open the door for them,” said Paul Hoy, director of technology for UCDS.

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