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They needed additional staff and scanners to process ballots.
At National Airport, the TSA is rolling out the use of face scanners to verify travelers’ identities.
Mandavia saw huge potential in spreading the use of scanners to diagnose a wide range of life-threatening conditions.
The company now has about five developers, as well as designers and translators as all efforts focus on building and improving the scanner.
In addition, election officials in every county must hand-count the ballots in two randomly selected precincts to ensure that vote totals match the tabulation results from the digital scanners.
Superconductors are at the heart of some of today’s most cutting-edge technologies, from quantum computers to MRI scanners and the Large Hadron Collider.
That’s because ballot scanners will typically spit back out an in-person ballot that is marked incorrectly, and the voter will be given a chance to try again with a fresh ballot.
WHY REJECTED BALLOTS COULD BE A BIG PROBLEM IN 2020NATHANIEL RAKICH (NATHANIEL.RAKICH@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)OCTOBER 13, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
The technology, called Amazon One, has shoppers pay at stores by putting the palm of one’s hand over a scanner when they come in or leave.
It is simply about getting the MRI scanner to generate an accurate image faster.
Park and his team chose to have their toilet use a scanner to image those patterns.

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