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A new vending2 machine uses facial recognition technology to deny would-be snackers from buying certain foods that don't fit their personal profile.
The Luce X2 Touch TV vending machine can be programmed to identify users and remember their snack preferences--even accessing their age, medical records and vending purchase histories, writes the Telegraph.
If the user's snack choice doesn't fit their profile, the Luce X2 won't dispense3 the item.
Smart Vend1 Solutions, a creator of the Luce X2, just unveiled the machine inU.K., and says it can be programmed to keep children
from buying cigarettes, hospital patients away from salty or sugary foods and keep dieters on track.
Malcolm Standage, from Smart Vend Solutions, told the Telegraph that this could redefine the automatic retailing4 industry.
"Launching the very first full production facial recognition technology represents anadvancement5 which will bring unlimited6 benefits
to businesses and consumers across the U.K," he said.
This isn't the first time facial recognition has been used in vending machines. This summer, Coca-Cola tested the use of a similar machine in Australia that collected sales and interacted with users by way of a digital LED screen and integrated
camera. And software giant SAP also has their own version of a smart vending machine that dispense anything from food, to drinks, to electronics.