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ADT’s new security system has facial recognition powered by Google Nest

ADT’s new smart security system includes the option to use facial recognition to allow a “trusted neighbor” temporary access to your home when you’re away. | Screenshot: Jennifer Pattison Tuohy / The Verge

ADT has confirmed to The Verge that it’s rolling out a big upgrade to its ADT Plus home security system. The all-new hardware and software platform for ADT Plus features new ADT hardware, deeper integration with Google Nest hardware, and the ability to automatically disarm using facial recognition to let trusted neighbors into your home when you’re away.

I first reported on the new system last October, but until now, ADT had declined to comment despite publishing multiple support pages about it on its site. This week, ADT spokesperson Ben Tamblyn confirmed to The Verge the new ADT Plus system has started rolling out to some states and will be available nationwide in the coming months. The system can be self-installed or professionally…

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