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A Chinese man who was wanted by police for “economic crimes” was arrested at a music concert in China after facial recognition technology spotted him inside the venue, as reported by Abacus.(...)

This isn’t the first time China’s facial recognition technology has caught criminals at public events. Last year, 25 wanted individuals were arrested at a beer festival when cameras at entrances flagged the subjects’ faces. Police in Zhengzhou are also testing glasses with built-in facial recognition at select train stations, and they say it’s already helped to capture seven suspects wanted in major cases, as well as 26 individuals traveling under false identities. The tech is also being utilized in more innocuous ways, like paying for orders at a KFC in Hangzhou.

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