Banks set to roll out next-gen ATM machines
The nation's biggest banks are about to roll out the next generation of ATMs.
Except for a few alterations, ATM's have stayed mostly the same for years, but the new models will include features like live video chatting with a teller and the ability to get change.
Bank of America says its new teller assist machines will allow customers to swipe a debit card, credit card, driver's license, or photo ID for authentication.
The bank says the machines will be able to perform about 80 percent of the services a traditional teller can.
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