Code doesn't age, like wine or people. Code always does what it always did.
Incompetence or intentional.
Suppose a man is born with micropenis syndrome. Could this technology be used to grow a new, larger penis for such an individual
I think growing larger hands would be important for public appearances.
There would also be some utility in growing a brain. A conscience. A soul.
Depends on the business case for one or the other. In this case, the bank may well have decided 'the less than, literally, 600-in-7.5-billion chance of having somebody exceed this age range is less important to us than stopping incorrect payments going out to people with ages that are far FAR beyond 'wildly improbable.''
In other cases, it would be far better to have multiple incorrect accounts than to miss one valid but wildly outlier account.
Every nonzero finite dimensional inner product space has an orthonormal basis. It makes sense, when you don't think about it.