Cash provided by major AI company for eye scanning

A new global initiative aimed at scanning human irises to create a secure form of identification is causing concern in Europe. The program, developed by Sam Altman of OpenAI, promises to offer the most secure method of ID authentication to date. Participants who allow their eyes to be scanned by the machines will receive approximately worth of a new cryptocurrency in return. However, privacy advocates are raising red flags about the creation of this massive iris database, warning that vulnerable individuals may unwittingly be giving away personal information without fully understanding the implications. The controversial scheme has sparked debate about the balance between security and privacy in the digital age.