A new product from Johnson Controls, the smart building technologies giant, is introducing a facial recognition system that can notify stores, schools and other venues of the presence of an undesirable person. With the AI-enabled system, retail businesses, venues or educational institutions can receive mobile notifications when terminated employees, a returning suspected shoplifter, or person of interest, comes back to a property.
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