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TSA’s Facial Recognition Tech Expands To Domestic Airports, Nationwide Test Next


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If you haven’t traveled lately, you might not know the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has begun testing its facial recognition identification system at 16 domestic airports across the United States. If all goes well, the pilot program could be expanded nationwide as soon as next year. 

According to the Washington Post, the technology makes use of “live photos” to cross-reference how you look to the image on your driver’s license in order to confirm your identity. It first made an appearance at DC’s Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport during the pandemic. 

At the moment, as per Insider, the system is being trialed as an opt-in choice at some of the country’s major airports, including the Los Angeles International Airport, Orlando International Airport, and Dallas Forth Worth Airport. 

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