CBP Launches Year-Long Facial Recognition Program at Anzalduas Bridge
NEAR GRANJENO – A new facial recognition technology is being tested at the Anzalduas International Bridge.
Customs and Border Protection says it’s all part of their efforts to make the border safer and more secure.
Officials tell CHANNEL 5 NEWS they want to evaluate how the cameras work and the quality of the images.
The agency notes travelers are not required to participate in the year-long program.
KRGV’s Taylor Winkel asked pedestrians what they thought about it.
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