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The world’s first ‘subway’ using facial recognition technology…

Russia has also been included in the countries that have started to use facial recognition technology . The face recognition technology ‘ Face Pay ‘, which has started to be used in the Moscow metro, has been placed on the turnstiles used by the passengers.

As technology developed rapidly, a new system was introduced in the Moscow metro. Face Pay Passengers will now be able to pay easily without cash, card or phone. RussiaThis system has been integrated into turnstiles in more than 240 metro stations in the capital city of Turkey.

Moscow Deputy Mayor also spoke about this technology that sheds light on the future. Maksim Liksutov said, “Passengers will not need a card or smartphone to get on the subway. It is enough to look at the camera placed on the turnstiles,” he said.

The world's first 'subway' using facial recognition technology

At this point, many people had a question mark about the protection of personal data. Continuing his explanation about this, Liksutov emphasized that “Passenger data will be securely encrypted”. Activists don’t think that way. On the contrary, it is said that it is not a system that will feed the culture of watching and that thinks about people. 

IT WILL BE THE FIRST CITY TO USE THIS EXTENSIVELY IN THE WORLD

The rise in record-breaking violence and death cases in the Russian capital continues. Coronavirus In Russia, where there are millions of people who do not comply with the rules, the system in question can allow both cases and violent crimes to decrease.

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