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Intel launched RealSense ID, which is a facial recognition solution that relies on its RealSense depth-sensing technology.

It builds on Intel’s depth-sensing technology with a neural network for identifying faces. 

Along with a neural network, it has a dedicated system-on-a-chip and a secure element that encrypts and processes user data. 

According to Intel, this new application of RealSense could be used in a variety of settings, for example, in ATMs, registers, and smart locks. 

This new feature is controversial as the company doesn’t mention its other unpopular uses: governments and law enforcement agencies using it to track and profile people.

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