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Facial Recognition For Bank Services

19-Mar-21 17:35

Facial Recognition For Bank Services

OCBC bank in Singapore has announced that they will be enabling facial recognition for bank transactions at ATMs, but there are concerns about what this means for the privacy of users. Sabrina Magdalene tells us more.

Image Source: Jake Allen, Unsplash

Produced by: Sabrina Magdalene

Presented by: Sabrina Magdalene


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