Access to Welfare Programs in India Could Soon Depend. Four banks are currently testing facial recognition systems for two week trial periods
More than 400 million people in India who have a government-sponsored bank account or receive financial assistance from the government may soon have to look into a facial recognition camera to get their money.
The Indian national government is testing a change to its digital identification program, Aadhaar, that would make facial and iris recognition necessary to receive benefits, according to the Economic Times’ tech site ETtech. Aadhaar allows people access to a range of services, including scholarships, pensions, and some welfare programs.
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