The Star Online, Singapore
When satay seller Mujiman Sertrosentorno sets up his stall at Serangoon Garden Market every day at 9am, he checks in by peering into a face recognition device.
The S$1,400 (RM3,461) device, about the size of an iPad, is mounted on a wall at the back of the hawker centre. It captures the faces of the hawkers.
The device, installed by the National Environment Agency (NEA) and provided by a biometric company on a free trial basis, is to guard against illegal subletting and ensure that subsidised stallholders operate their stalls personally. There are about 80 cooked food and market stalls at the market.
Ed. What do you thin, is this where we are heading?
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