China’s Public Toilets Now Have Facial Recognition
Richard Bradbury | Audrey Raj | Arvindh Yuvaraj
Going to the toilet in China might not be quite what you’re used to. Since the first toilet in Beijing’s Temple of Heaven Park got a face scanning machine in 2017, public lavatories across China are being transformed. Just this week, local state media praised two face scanning toilet endeavors for being “clean and convenient” and “reducing toilet paper waste.”
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