Hawaii Installing Facial Recognition Technology To Aid In Virus Detection At Airports
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Hawaii Gov. David Ige has told state legislators he expects facial imaging technology in place at all major Hawaii airports by the end of the year as part of the state's plan to detect possible coronavirus cases among passengers arriving in the Islands.
Up until August, passengers arriving in the Aloha State during the pandemic received temperature screenings from state employees in hopes of catching those potentially infected with coronavirus before they come into contact with more people.
The facial imaging will be used in conjunction with temperature screening cameras, which were installed at the airports in August, to help monitor and track arriving passengers at the more than 130 gates at Hawaii's airports receiving out-of-state and international flights.
With the screening cameras, anyone who...
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