Chinese police adopt smart glass technology
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Police in Zhengzhou, the provincial capital of Henan Province in East-Central China are using state-of-the-art smart glasses. The smart glasses, called GLXSS, use facial recognition technology to assist police work. The creator of GLXSS, is LLVision, a company formed by teams from Google, Lenovo, Microsoft and China Aeronautics Consortium. GLXSS is currently being used by four police officers in the province's railway station. The glasses are designed to scan the crowds in the very busy station. The glasses have proven to be a big success, as police at the station have already detained 33 suspects. The majority accusations were use of fake…
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