Delta Air Lines Launches Facial Recognition Checks-US News | The Epoch Times

At this airport, boarding a plane is now a hassle-free experience for a select group of passengers. Delta Air Lines and the Transportation Security Administration in the US have teamed up to offer a check-in and boarding system using a facial recognition software system. The pilot program begins in Atlanta next week, with a similar effort launching in Detroit the week after. Gregory Forbes, Delta’s Managing Director of Airport Experience, demonstrates the check-in experience. “There is no workstation here. If you need your ticket to Cairo fixed they’re going to be happy to help you upstairs. Also if you come in at this point with skis and golf bags and all that, skycap right next door. That’s where you should go. This is for our roller bags, duffle bags, standard luggage. This agent really is just making sure that nobody gets past this point without that digital ID indicator on …

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