Amazon recently announced all Whole Foods Market locations will begin using its “palm recognition technology” as a means of payment — the online retail behemoth acquired Whole Foods in 2017 for $13.7 billion.
There’s little doubt that many consumers love the ease of simply waving their palms over a scanner, as seen in a video making the rounds online. But, where one person sees convenience another person sees the potential for a more nefarious outcome — after all, as our founders established long ago government is inherently evil.
“These people go through life delusional. They have no idea what’s coming…,” Twitter account Censored Men posted, along with the footage.
These people go through life delusional.
They have no idea what’s coming… pic.twitter.com/6xVg8u9CMv
— Censored Men (@CensoredMen) August 6, 2023
Either way, palm recognition technology is here to stay, it seems.
“As Amazon One—Amazon Web Services’s palm recognition service for identification, payment, loyalty membership, and entry at over 400 locations across the U.S.—reaches a critical milestone with more than 3 million uses, Whole Foods Market stores are going all in,” Amazon said in a blog post last month. “By the end of this year, all 500+ Whole Foods Market locations in the U.S. will offer Amazon One for payment and Prime membership benefits.
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