Passengers leaving the US will have to pass facial recognition scanners at all international airports in the future

Soon, it may be hard for visa holders to board an international flight without submitting to a facial geometry scan. The TSA began testing facial recognition systems at Dulles Airport in 2015, then expanded the tests to New York’s JFK Airport last year. Face-reading check-in kiosks will be appearing at Ottawa International Airport this spring, and British Airways is rolling out a similar system at London’s Heathrow Airport, comparing faces captured at security screenings with a separate capture at the boarding gate. Now, a new project is poised to bring those same systems to every international airport in America. Called Biometric Exit, the project would use facial matching systems to identify every visa holder as they leave the country.... Continue reading…

Passengers leaving the US will have to pass facial recognition scanners at all international airports in the future

Visa holders looking to board international flights out of the US will soon be required to pass a facial recognition test at all US international airports, The Verge reports. Facial recognition ...

Wed 19 Apr 17 from Techspot

Facial recognition is coming to US airports, fast-tracked by Trump

Soon, it may be hard for visa holders to board an international flight without submitting to a facial geometry scan. The TSA began testing facial recognition systems at Dulles Airport ...

Tue 18 Apr 17 from The Verge

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