Police in Queensland are using internet-connected interlock devices with facial recognition technology to address incidents of driving under the influence, ABC News reports. The devices are fitted to vehicles of convicted drivers and require the facial verification and a breath test to start the ignition. “These devices are well worth it as they make drivers accountable for their actions,” Mount Isa District Road Policing Unit Sgt. Paul Quinlan said.
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