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China’s law enforcement expands use of facial recognition glasses

engadget Monday, 12 March 2018
China’s law enforcement expands use of facial recognition glassesPolice in China are expanding their use of facial recognition glasses. Last month, law enforcement in the country used LLVision Technology's facial recognition glasses to spot criminals evading the law or train and plane passengers using fake IDs amo...
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News video: China's 'black tech' glasses pick out criminal faces

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Police in China are using facial recognition 'black tech' glasses, as part of a major push by its leaders to boost security using technology. Rosanna Philpott reports.

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