Companies Launch Facial Recognition Service for Evangelical Churches in Brazil

The technology allows identifying attendance and even the emotions of the faithful during services without their express consent.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Between October 17th and 20th, 2019, the Anhembi Exhibition Center, in the northern zone of São Paulo, hosted the 15th ExpoCristã - the largest event aimed at the Christian public in Latin America.

Among gospel music shows, virtual simulations of biblical episodes and stands of evangelical publishers, two companies stood out with products in the area of technology.

With the slogan "change the way you operate your church," Kuzzma, a foreign artificial intelligence company, launched its facial recognition service aimed at churches in Brazil.

In a luxurious stand, associated resellers presented the technology to interested pastors . . .

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