BFM 89.9

Podcast  >  Enterprise  >  Enterprise Biz Bytes  >  China’s Public Toilets Now Have Facial Recognition

China’s Public Toilets Now Have Facial Recognition

Richard Bradbury | Audrey Raj | Arvindh Yuvaraj

21-Dec-18 12:30

China’s Public Toilets Now Have Facial Recognition

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.”



Download the BFM mobile app. Stay at home and stay up-to-date.

Tags:  AIFacial recognitionChinaGovernment/Regulatory/Policy MakingPersonal DevelopmentManagerial Resources/DevelopmentEntrepreneur Resources/DevelopmentPolitics, News, Current Affairs

Life
Dan Lain-Lain

Share this podcast

Latest Podcasts




Play / Pause

Listen now : TED Radio Hour

Today’s Shows



10:00 AM

Pick of the Pops (REPEAT)

12:00 PM

Bar None (REPEAT)

1:00 PM

Ringgit and Sense (Repeat)

Bankruptcy - Basics, Impacts, And Way Out; Nirmala Subramaniam, Manager at the Financial Education Department, Agensi Kaunseling dan Pengurusan Kredit (AKPK)

1:30 PM

The Property Show (Repeat)

Watch Out For Property Scams; Chan Ai Cheng, President Elect, Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents

2:00 PM

Cruise Control (REPEAT)

BMW Malaysia's Last Manual Car On Sale Was An MPV; Daniel Fernandez, dsf.my

3:00 PM

By the Book (REPEAT)

International Friendship Day; Lee Chwi Lynn and Sharmilla Ganesan

4:00 PM

The Bigger Picture (REPEAT)

Doctor in the House - Will We See a Third COVID-19 Wave?; Prof Dr Sanjay Rampal, Epidemiologist | Dr Eugene Tee, Associate Professor in Psychology

5:00 PM

TED Radio Hour

6:00 PM

Night School (REPEAT)

Striking A New Musical Tradition of Togetherness; Adam Farhan

7:00 PM

Take Five (REPEAT)

8:00 PM

The Flow (REPEAT)

9:00 PM

British Council’s The Selector