Cigarette vending machines in Japan will be given an upgrade in the near future as it starts to analyze wrinkles, crow’s feet and skin sags, in an effort to determine whether the customer is old enough to purchase a box of smokes. The legal smoking age in Japan is 20, so it will be quite a task to fit 570,000 cigarette vending machines there with this new system in order to comply with a July regulation requiring them to ensure buyers are not underage. I wonder whether minors will be able to play a trick on the machine by putting up a photo of an older person for the machine to read. After all, they’ve certainly done that in the movies before.
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