China Puts Facial Recognition Device In Public Restroom
Wochit Headline News - Monday, 20 March 2017 (3 days ago)
In China certain parks have installed facial recognition devices in public restrooms to make sure bathroom users are mindful about their toilet paper use. The bathroom user has to stand in front of the device in order to receive their 24 inches of toilet paper, that each bathroom user is rationed. The facial recognition device will also recognize a person’s face long enough to where they will not allow them to use the bathroom again until 9 minutes have passed.
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