- Railway police have begun using facial-recognition eyewear to catch criminals.
- In tests the glasses identified faces within 100 milliseconds.
- Seven people have been arrested for a range of previous crimes, and another 26 were banned from travel.
- China has been ramping up its use of facial-recognition technology as it moves toward a nationwide database that can recognize any citizen within three seconds.
Chinese railway police are using facial-recognition sunglasses to catch suspects at train stations in Zhengzhou, the capital of central Henan province.
The eyewear, which looks similar to the original Google Glass, was unveiled earlier this year and has already helped identify seven alleged criminals, according to the Communist Party's official newspaper People's Daily.
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