In the Olympics in Tokyo, which will be held in Tokyo in 2020, the face recognition system appeared to be used.
The 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea hosted a spectacular light show using 1200 drums. Following this show, which was one of the first signs of technology’s entry into the Olympic Games, a technological innovation emerged at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. In the Olympics hosted by Japan’s Tokyo city in 2020, a face recognition system will be used to maximize security.
The announcement made by the Tokyo Organizing Committee stated that everybody, including sportsmen, press officers, staff and volunteers, will be authenticated through face-to-face verification. Taking this extra security measure will be valid in the Paralympic Games as well as the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.
No information is available on how to protect users’ data at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, where NEC brand face recognition systems will be used. This system, which will also block unauthorized access, will not remove the need for security personnel; it will only reduce. The face recognition system, which is likely to be used in the future Olympics along with the Tokyo Olympics, faces question marks from the perspective of data security, but it seems likely that there will be frequent confusion in the future.