Hainan rolls out face-scanning machines for public services as China pushes digital infrastructure

Lost your ID card? Need to pay a traffic fine? Want to collect a welfare check? A new 24-hour service is within reach with a face scan – in China.Authorities in the southern, island province of Hainan have launched facial recognition-backed public services, enabling citizens to attend to government-related matters without having to queue up for manual assistance during office hours.A total of 350 “public administrative service terminals” have been installed at local government service centres…


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