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Airport of the future: No more lines at airport security

By using artificial intelligence and biometrics we can envision a world where time-consuming and frustrating airport security lines are replaced by automated identification systems that make it possible for passengers to breeze through with much less hassle. Remember back in the 1980s when people used to wait in hour-long lines to have their checks cashed […]

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Lemons, silos and trust issues: How to turn GDPR into lemonade

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