Intel is set to roll out a large-scale facial recognition technology system at next year's Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
The tech giant has unveiled details of its work with NEC that will see the latter's NeoFace technology deployed across the Japanese capital in time for next year's summer sporting extravaganza.
The two companies will be teaming up on a "large-scale face recognition system" that will look to speed up the time it takes for athletes, coaches, volunteers and media to be processed through security checkpoints.
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