School Lunch Fingerprint Technology in Motion
Biometric technology is being used in school cafeterias in an effort to improve the speed and accuracy of the breakfast and lunch lines.
Students in middle and high schools in West Virginia's Cabell County will soon be paying for their lunches using their index fingers.
Technology already used in many other counties in West Virginia and school districts throughout the nation is being launched in the 12,700-student system in an effort to improve the speed and accuracy of the breakfast and lunch lines.
Students in most of the district's five middle and four high schools have already had their left and right index fingers scanned in preparation for the launch. But some questions and concerns have been raised about how...
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