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! EN_01250818_0005 NYT
A visitor to a public restroom at the Temple of Heaven Park in Beijing uses a toilet paper dispenser with facial recognition software, in Beijing, March 20, 2017. Authorities in Beijing are fighting back against toilet paper thieves going so far as to install high-tech toilet paper dispensers equipped with facial recognition software in several restrooms. (Gilles Sabrie/The New York Times)
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! EN_01250818_0006 NYT
A visitor to a public restroom at the Temple of Heaven Park in Beijing uses a toilet paper dispenser with facial recognition software, in Beijing, March 20, 2017. Authorities in Beijing are fighting back against toilet paper thieves going so far as to install high-tech toilet paper dispensers equipped with facial recognition software in several restrooms. (Gilles Sabrie/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
EN_01250818_0001 CHI
BEIJING, CHINA - MARCH 20: The machine recognizes a man?'s face to give out toilet paper automatically at a toilet in the park of the Temple of Heaven on March 20, 2017 in Beijing, China. Six toilet roll machines which can recognize one?'s face to give out paper automatically have been installed at the park of the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. Each person can get 60cm to 70cm toilet paper every time, and can?'t get twice within 9 minutes. (Photo by VCG)***_***
EN_01250818_0002 CHI
BEIJING, CHINA - MARCH 20: A facial recognition toilet roll machine seen at a toilet in the park of the Temple of Heaven on March 20, 2017 in Beijing, China. Six toilet roll machines which can recognize one?'s face to give out paper automatically have been installed at the park of the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. Each person can get 60cm to 70cm toilet paper every time, and can?'t get twice within 9 minutes. (Photo by VCG)***_***
EN_01250818_0003 CHI
BEIJING, CHINA - MARCH 20: The machine recognizes a man?'s face to give out toilet paper automatically at a toilet in the park of the Temple of Heaven on March 20, 2017 in Beijing, China. Six toilet roll machines which can recognize one?'s face to give out paper automatically have been installed at the park of the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. Each person can get 60cm to 70cm toilet paper every time, and can?'t get twice within 9 minutes. (Photo by VCG)***_***
EN_01250818_0004 CHI
BEIJING, CHINA - MARCH 20: A facial recognition toilet roll machine seen at a toilet in the park of the Temple of Heaven on March 20, 2017 in Beijing, China. Six toilet roll machines which can recognize one?'s face to give out paper automatically have been installed at the park of the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. Each person can get 60cm to 70cm toilet paper every time, and can?'t get twice within 9 minutes. (Photo by VCG)***_***
EN_01250685_0001 DIF
Photo: Laski Diffusion / East News Local authorities in Beijing have taken special measures to prevent the theft of toilet paper in public toilets. People using the loo in the most crowded areas of Beiging will have their face scanned by a special machine and after 30 seconds will only receive a 60 centimetre serving of paper. If the same person is detected within a certain time frame, the machine will not dispense toilet paper to them. Many residents of Beijing are concerned that the face-recognition technology could be an invasion of privacy. Another reason for concern is that the waiting time of 30 seconds might cause problems for those in an urgent situation. Authorities have also ran a promotional campaign to get to the bottom of toilet paper theft. Beijing, 03/2017.
EN_01250685_0002 DIF
Photo: Laski Diffusion / East News Local authorities in Beijing have taken special measures to prevent the theft of toilet paper in public toilets. People using the loo in the most crowded areas of Beiging will have their face scanned by a special machine and after 30 seconds will only receive a 60 centimetre serving of paper. If the same person is detected within a certain time frame, the machine will not dispense toilet paper to them. Many residents of Beijing are concerned that the face-recognition technology could be an invasion of privacy. Another reason for concern is that the waiting time of 30 seconds might cause problems for those in an urgent situation. Authorities have also ran a promotional campaign to get to the bottom of toilet paper theft. Beijing, 03/2017.
EN_01250685_0003 DIF
Photo: Laski Diffusion / East News Local authorities in Beijing have taken special measures to prevent the theft of toilet paper in public toilets. People using the loo in the most crowded areas of Beiging will have their face scanned by a special machine and after 30 seconds will only receive a 60 centimetre serving of paper. If the same person is detected within a certain time frame, the machine will not dispense toilet paper to them. Many residents of Beijing are concerned that the face-recognition technology could be an invasion of privacy. Another reason for concern is that the waiting time of 30 seconds might cause problems for those in an urgent situation. Authorities have also ran a promotional campaign to get to the bottom of toilet paper theft. Beijing, 03/2017.
EN_01250685_0004 DIF
Photo: Laski Diffusion / East News Local authorities in Beijing have taken special measures to prevent the theft of toilet paper in public toilets. People using the loo in the most crowded areas of Beiging will have their face scanned by a special machine and after 30 seconds will only receive a 60 centimetre serving of paper. If the same person is detected within a certain time frame, the machine will not dispense toilet paper to them. Many residents of Beijing are concerned that the face-recognition technology could be an invasion of privacy. Another reason for concern is that the waiting time of 30 seconds might cause problems for those in an urgent situation. Authorities have also ran a promotional campaign to get to the bottom of toilet paper theft. Beijing, 03/2017.
EN_01250685_0005 DIF
Photo: Laski Diffusion / East News Local authorities in Beijing have taken special measures to prevent the theft of toilet paper in public toilets. People using the loo in the most crowded areas of Beiging will have their face scanned by a special machine and after 30 seconds will only receive a 60 centimetre serving of paper. If the same person is detected within a certain time frame, the machine will not dispense toilet paper to them. Many residents of Beijing are concerned that the face-recognition technology could be an invasion of privacy. Another reason for concern is that the waiting time of 30 seconds might cause problems for those in an urgent situation. Authorities have also ran a promotional campaign to get to the bottom of toilet paper theft. Beijing, 03/2017.

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