Facial recognition technology stands to revolutionize the security industry, matching known criminals with their stored images. But this technology is already in use in China, and it’s leading to ethical questions.

Wearing sunglasses that facilitate the technology, police officers were able to conduct a sting at a busy train station in Zhengzhou. During the operation, they identified seven criminals and arrested them, confirming that their crimes ranged from hit-and-runs to human trafficking charges. An additional 26 people were caught using fake IDs using the sunglasses.

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If the push to stuff infotainment options into new cars keeps going at its recent pace, there may never be any reason to leave your car, other than for the barest of life's necessities.

The Nissan Friend-ME, a concept car reportedly aimed at young males in China, allows smartphone users to share content via strategically placed display screens. Mockups show a long, central screen -- known as the "oracle stone" -- that begins in the middle of the front dashboard and extends rearward toward a console that divides the back seat.

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