Amazon, an e-commerce giant, today announced a palmprint recognition technology called Amazon one, which will initially focus on making the palm a “personal credit payment voucher” for Amazon go unmanned stores. Amazon one reader device can create a real person’s “palm signature” by recognizing the surface texture and vein pattern of the palm. After the validation of Amazon go unmanned store in Seattle, the company is expected to promote Amazon one technology to sports venues and office buildings. < / P > < p > Dilip Kumar, vice president of Amazon’s physical retail business, added that in the coming months, the company also plans to extend Amazon one to more retail stores, stadiums and office buildings, so that more people can benefit from the technology. < / P > < p > although it did not disclose which partners would use Amazon one palmprint recognition technology, the company said it was in active discussions with a number of potential customers. < / P > < p > Kumar explained: the reason why palmprint recognition is chosen instead of face recognition is that it has a more significant privacy advantage, because it is difficult to identify a person by palmprint, and users must be close to the device and make meaningful gestures to enable it. < / P > < p > as for the details behind it, Amazon one is said to combine proprietary computer vision algorithms with image scanning hardware to capture palm photos and encrypted images. < / P > < p > you don’t even need to have an Amazon account to use the service (e.g. binding a phone / bank card). If you don’t want to use it any day, you can also request to delete personal biometric data by visiting the portal. Apple extends AppleCare + purchase period: users can decide within 60 days