National Pharmacies uses in-store facial recognition

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National Pharmacies uses in-store facial recognition

Authenticates members to self-serve via kiosks.

National Pharmacies, which has branded chemists in three states, has introduced facial recognition technology to allow customers to perform a range of transactions using in-store kiosks. The kiosks can be found in the approximately 100 branded pharmacies in South Australia, Victoria and NSW. ...

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