CaliBurger’s new kiosk uses facial recognition to take orders

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    “Our goal is to replace credit card swipes with face-based payments,” parent company CEO John Miller said in a press release (PDF). Security and the underlying recognition tech are being handled by NEC Corporation. While this sounds incredibly convenient, it’s basically just a high-tech way of pulling up a favorite order the way you would via a mobile-ordering app.

    View the original article: https://www.engadget.com/2017/12/21/caliburger-face-scan-ordering-kiosk/

    For now, the pilot program is only available at the chain’s Pasadena test store, and CaliBurger says that if it proves a success there will be a global rollout next year. If you’ll remember, that’s the same location where CaliBurger tried out robotic burger-flipping. Unlike that test, though, this one seems expressly designed to eliminate human employees.

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