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boast [boʊst]

Guangdong province boasts over 1 m cameras.
[VERB] [disapproval] If someone boasts about something that they have done or that they own, they talk about it very proudly, in a way that other people may find irritating or offensive.

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*surveillance [sərveɪləns] 2

constitute [kɒnstɪtu:t] 1

Video surveillance constitutes over half the country's huge security industry, and is expected to reach 500 billion yuan in 2015.
[NOUN] Surveillance is the careful watching of someone, especially by an organization such as the police or the army. cf)CCTV(Closed circuit TV)=surveillance camera
[VERB] [no cont] If something constitutes a particular thing, it can be regarded as being that thing.

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중국은 3백 만대의 카메라로 비디오 감시의 메카인 영국을 따라 잡을 것입니다.

China will soon overtake Britain, with around 3m cameras, as the capital of video surveillance.
*as the capital of video surveillance에서의 as용법
cf)He resigned as the CEO of LG Electronics.
그는 LG 전자 CEO직을 사임하였다.

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*그러나 중국뿐만이 아니다.

Yet China is far from alone.

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Alabama에 있는 구치소는 떠나가는 수감자들을 수감자 기록과 대비해서 확인하기 위해 안면 인식 기술을 사용합니다.

A jail in Alabama uses it to check those leaving against prisoner records.
*against ~에 대비해서(배경)

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*passer-by

*linger(한영번역 암기단어) [lɪŋgər]1

*advert [ædvɜ:rt]1

As for businesses, Quividi, a French marketer, can measure the age and gender of passers-by who linger at an advert.
[NOUN] A passer-by is a person who is walking past someone or something.
[VERB] If you linger somewhere, you stay there for a longer time than is necessary, for example because you are enjoying yourself.
[NOUN] [oft N for n] [BRIT] An advert is an announcement in a newspaper, on television, or on a poster about something such as a product, event, or job.
in AM, use ad

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우리나라 국토의 절반 정도의 크기에 "우리가 비교하기 좋아하는 " "1인당 국민소득"은 세계 80위 정도밖에 되지 않는 작은 국가.

Its area is about half ours with a per capita income-the one and only yardstick we Koreans hold dear when comparing nations-lingering somewhere around a miserable 80th around the world.
*linger

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2010년, 미국의 NIST 의 평가에 따르면, 최고의 프로그램은 증명사진을 92% 의 확률로 160 만개의 사진 중 하나와 일치 시켰습니다.

In 2010, in an assessment by America's NIST, the best program matched 92% of mugshots to one out of 1.6m pictures.
*match to

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mug shot

In 2010, in an assessment by America's NIST, the best program matched 92% of mugshots to one out of 1.6m pictures.
[NOUN] [INFORMAL] A mug shot is a photograph of someone, especially a photograph of a criminal which has been taken by the police.

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설치된 카메라가 많고 안면인식이 발전함에 따라 까다로운 법적 정치적 문제들이 생기게 됩니다.

More cameras and better face recognition raise tricky legal and political questions.
*물주구문!

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precedent [presɪdənt] 1

America places little restriction on the use of face recognition, as legal precedent denies the "reasonable expectation of privacy" in public.
*legal precedent: 판례
[NOUN] [FORMAL] If there is a precedent for an action or event, it has happened before, and this can be regarded as an argument for doing it again.

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fall foul of somebody/something

Facebook's face recognition has already fallen foul of though German privacy laws.
*do something which gets you into trouble with somebody/something

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*go on record

Freedom of speech is reduced when mere physical attendance at protests goes on record.
*기록으로 남다(여기 문맥은)
*say something publicly, for example in a newspaper, so that what you say is written down

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nip something in the bud

Its strategy for stability, Mr Bequelin points out, is "to nip protests in the bud".
*stop something in its early stages because you think it is dangerous to let it develop