Face-scanning technology, which is used to detect the age range and sex of customers, has been installed in 450 Tesco fuel stations in the United Kingdom, reports Metro, a U.K. publication. The OptimEyes screens, developed by a company called Amscreen, contain a hidden camera which scans customers and then plays ten-second ads in 100-second loops, reports Aidan Radnedge of Metro.
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