Technologies like Google Wallet allow users to walk into a store and pay for goods with the swipe of a smartphone. Now, some companies, including the Finland-based startup Unqul, are creating payment systems that use facial recognition to handle all kinds of transactions. Instead of a "wallet" or smartphone app, a customer can walk up to a register where a camera scans his or her face and matches it against the database.

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