SALEM, Utah -- Customers using the self-checkout system at the U-Check supermarket here are scanning their fingerprints along with their milk and bread. The supermarket tested a self-scanning system that uses biometric technology with a small group of employees and customers for about six weeks and made the self-checkout system available to all customers late last month. "We view this as a wonderful opportunity to save our customers time while dramatically reducing the staff needed to run ...
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