Global accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers created a facial recognition tool to help financial institutions track employees as they work from home, Personnel Today reports. The software taps into employees' webcams to capture face images and detects when employees are not in front of their screens during work hours. PwC said the technology aims to help traders abide by regulations "in the least intrusive, pragmatic way." Meanwhile, Amazon plans to deploy artificial intelligence tracking systems to enforce social distancing in its warehouses.
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