You’re being secretly tracked with facial recognition, even in church

I think this fits in with mark of the beast technology. It’s coming and we need to be prayerfully prepared.

Fusion

We know that Facebook has a vast facial recognition database so good that it can recognize you when your face is hidden, that the FBI has built a millions-strong criminal facial recognition system, and that Google’s new Photos app is so effective at face recognition that it can identify now-adults in photos from their childhood. But now facial recognition is starting to pop up in weird and unexpected places: at music festivals (to identify criminals); at stadiums (to weed out “sports troublemakers“) and at churches. Yes, churches.

Moshe Greenshpan, the CEO of Israel- and Las Vegas-based facial recognition software company Face-Six, says there are 30 churches around the world using his Churchix technology. He launched the service just four months ago and says churches are already using it to scan congregants’ earthly visages to keep track of attendance at events in order to know who wasn’t there so they can check…

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One Response to You’re being secretly tracked with facial recognition, even in church

  1. Al Nelson says:

    It’s disgusting to think that those who associate themselves with Christ would stoop to use technology to track people. A biblical example? There was a time or two when God commanded a census to be taken of Israel. That was because it served a purpose. But when man does it apart from the Lord? Judgment comes swiftly upon the people. Please consider 1 Chronicles 21.

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