According to foreign media reports, in May this year, Taylor Swift carried out a concert using a surface recognition monitoring system at Rose Bowl, California. So what is the target of this system? – Swift Sequent. It is understood that this surface recognition system is installed in a showroom that shows its highlights of practice, which will secretly record the expression of the viewer's face.
A media concert specialist told the media that visitors will be scanned as soon as they watch. The data will then be transferred to "command center" in Nashville, Tennessee, and then compared to the known Swifter tracking database.
There was no American artist before using face recognition technology in the concert. However, this is not unlawful, because the concert itself is a private activity, so the event organizer can almost no type of monitoring of the participants of the event.
Swift security measures may be considered extreme, but certainly this is not the first time people use surface identification technology to deal with non-recipients.
In addition, large-scale face recognition technology in the United States is constantly improving. For example, Ticketmaster intends to replace the ticket link with a surface identification scanner used on the seat and further develop the technology.