A Different Smile Train

No, not this one. Japan’s Keihin Express Railway Co. has set up “smile scanners” at 15 of its stations, where railway employees have their smiles assessed by software in the hopes of perfecting a customer-friendly look. It’s not compulsory, according to this BBC report, but all the staff use it. Perhaps they’re hoping for a raise, or lasting marriages. [%comments]

Gabby Smith

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