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Austin startup can tell retailers when customers are happy — and how to use that data

AUSTIN — An Austin technology company wants clients to see what a look is worth. Jackrabbit Mobile LLC, an app developer, has created facial recognition software designed to give retailers more info about their customers. The product, called Face Lab, uses in-store cameras to provide business owners with real-time, in-store analytics about a customer’s gender, age range and even their emotional state.
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