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Banking by blinking

“We’ve reduced credit losses by 60% using this technology. It is more accurate than other approaches to fraud detection”

Lee-Yuansiong-w

Lee: on the lookout

Ping An’s deputy chief executive Lee Yuansiong praises facial recognition technology it uses to screen loan applications. The technology can identify 54 involuntary facial expressions before the brain has a chance to override them. Movements such as rapid blinking pass in a fraction of a second but can be telltales for lying Lee told the Financial Times.


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