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Kraft Vending Machine Uses Facial Recognition To Keep Sweets Away From Kids [Headlines]

The technology, developed by Intel determines whether the customer is an adult or a child.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 21 december 2011

Kraft Foods, a US-based confectionery, food and beverage conglomerate, has rolled out a machine in Chicago that dispenses its mousse-like Temptations dessert by Jell-O.
The new machine, developed by Intel, detects facial age with a special camera that scans face and determines whether the customer is an adult or a kid, reported USA Today. Retail Business Review

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