Facial recognition ‘a marketing step too far’ for most shoppers

British shoppers reject facial recognition and personal greetings when entering brick-and-mortar shops, but welcome product personalisation and location-based offers in stores, according to new research.

The study of over 1,000 UK consumers also found that Londoners are most open to digital enhancements to shopping, while Yorkshire folks find it the most “creepy”.

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