Entering the subway station in Chinese cities often means wasting time on the kind of security checks you would normally see in an airport. (Picture: Shutterstock)
Entering the subway station in Chinese cities often means wasting time on the kind of security checks you would normally see in an airport. (Picture: Shutterstock)

Beijing’s subway system will use facial recognition to single out people for different security measures

Security measures are slowing down subway traffic in China, so subways want a smarter way to pick out the bad guys

Entering the subway station in Chinese cities often means wasting time on the kind of security checks you would normally see in an airport. (Picture: Shutterstock)
Entering the subway station in Chinese cities often means wasting time on the kind of security checks you would normally see in an airport. (Picture: Shutterstock)
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