Chinese Police Begin Using Facial Recognition Sunglasses to Find Suspects

By The European Union Times

Police in China have begun using sunglasses equipped with facial recognition technology in order to locate wanted suspects.

The new tool, given to officers in Central China’s Henan Province, has reportedly led to the arrest of more than 30 people at the Zhengzhou East Railway Station since Thursday.

According to China News Service, the country’s second largest state-owned news agency, seven kidnapping and hit-and-run suspects as well as 26 individuals accused of using fake IDs were arrested after being identified with the technology.

Zhang Xiaolei, an employee with Henan’s Department of Public Security, stated Tuesday that each suspect’s face is run through a [READ MORE HERE]

Source: EU Times

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