TSA studying technology to avoid human review of scanner images

05/21/2010 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Raleigh-Durham International Airport will receive seven new millimeter-wave scanners over the next several months, according to the TSA, and officials are already networking with local Muslim groups to discuss possible objections. During a meeting last week in a local mosque, Kimberly Walton, a TSA attorney, said the agency is working on computer recognition technology that could make it unnecessary for human agents to review the images generated by the machines.

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