EAP 80 CH3,SENTENCE
|A similar set of automatic eyes surveyed the crowds at The NFL Experience, a football-related exhibition __________ to the stadium. ||adjacent|
|It________bodily characteristics (the features of the face) to establish a person's identify. ||analyze|
|The organizers of any huge sporting event have to___________ trouble and try to stop it before it starts. ||anticipate|
The police might see a crime as it was happening or use the video to help in any ___________investigation ||consequent|
|It has stirred some_________about possible threats to the privacy rights of individuals. ||controversy|
|Each face seen by the gate-mounted cameras was compared to the________ in local. ||data|
|they argue that machines are easily fooled by such simple ______ as hats, new hairstyles, or glasses. ||device|
|banks, shopping malls, and government building are already________ with security cameras, and no one has a problem with that. ||equip|
|Each face seen by the gate-mounted cameras was compared to the data in local and_________law-enforcement computer systems.
|one big difference is that a system like the one used at the super bowl __________ "biometric" technology.
|"Security officials say the face-recognition (FR) system's great benefits __________any small inconvenience" ||justify|
|The data included photos of people previously arrested for stealing, causing fights, and other_________ activities. ||legal|
|Then Tampa __________ those cameras to link directly to the police department's own database.
|If a fans picture matched one in the database, security officials could closely __________him or her and perhaps even make an arrest. ||monitor|
|A biometric system_________ not just to display or record an event but to instantly identify the people involved in it. ||undertake|