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‘Seeing-eye’ mannequins tracking shoppers’ habits

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New mannequins are being fitted with facial-recognition software behind their eyes to keep track of what customers buy, how long they linger and if they have ever been in the store before. “I think it’s kind of creepy,” said one shopper. NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports.