Facial recognition and voice control have landed, and it’s everywhere. Police officers are plucking offenders out of crowds of 60,000 or more; retail stores are enabling their high-definition displays with high-resolution cameras to monitor customers’ facial expressions; and, of course, smartphones are using it for user authentication.
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