A student at Beijing Normal University has her facial information input into a new facial recognition security system.
Students starting their new semester at Beijing Normal University are now encountering facial recognition security systems among dorms on the campus, reports The Beijing News.
Students have to go through an identity scan before being granted access to the buildings.
The system can be activated by a student's voice, student card, or the last four numbers of the card password.
Alarms will sound if a person doesn't fit a recognized facial or vocal prompt.
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