China Merchants Bank has revealed an ATM solution that uses facial recognition in Shenzen ahead of a planned nationwide rollout.The bank revealed this week that it has already set up nine of its ATMs in the city so that users can withdraw funds after identifying themselves using its new facial recognition software, reports the South China Morning Post.The project will soon be rolled out citywide, with plans to cover all of the bank's 12,000 ATMs in China by year's end, it said.The bank's technology utilises a core algorithm that analyses facial features and shape, reports SCMP, as well as the angle at which the photograph was taken, with a high degree of accuracy.The three layers of identification will help to ensure the transaction is secure, the bank said.