GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Facial recognition technology could soon come to your kitchen, car or even child's toy box.
A company called Sighthound is developing advance visual intelligence. It believes facial recognition technologies will revolutionize consumer products in the next two to three years. It includes tracking people in parts of their homes in order to save on utilities to shut off air conditioning in vacant rooms. It would also include technology built in toys so they can interact with specific kids in specific ways.
Sighthound also says facial recognition for security is in the works like ATMs and offices will use it to confirm your identity. It will also be used on security cameras to track people in crowds.
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