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Opinion Article21 May 2019

Hotel Yearbook: The future face of the hotel industry

By Ian Millar, Professor at Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne

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Facial recognition is the technological trend of the moment, spreading globally and into the roots of a multitude of industries. This expansion has been driven by a need for increased security and monitoring of public spaces by governments, and its success has undoubtedly highlighted its potential for global businesses. A team of six students at the Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne asks: What about in the hotel industry?

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Facial recognition is the technological trend of the moment, spreading globally and into the roots of a multitude of industries. This expansion has been driven by a need for increased security and monitoring of public spaces by governments, and its success has undoubtedly highlighted its potential for global businesses. A team of six students at the Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne asks: What about in the hotel industry?
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Ian Millar’s double expertise in the areas of hospitality and information technology sets him at the forefront of new developments in the international hospitality industry. In addition to his BA Honours degree in International Hospitality Management from the University of Brighton, UK, he is a certified computer technician (Comptia A+) and holder of the Microsoft office specialist qualification MOUS.

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