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Biometrics research briefs: fingerprint sensors, biometric authentication, digital door locks

Fingerprint sensors MarketsandMarkets, a market research firm, predicts that the fingerprint sensor market will grow from US$4.25 billion in 2018…

 

Biometrics research brief: biometric identification, healthcare biometrics, mobile commerce

Biometric identification Market.biz estimates that the global biometric identification market reached US$5.53 billion in 2017 and will increase to US$21.77…

 

Research shows human face recognition aided by speech movement

Cognitive psychologist and speech scientist Alexandra Jesse of the University of Massachusetts Amherst and her undergraduate linguistics student Michael Bartoli…

 

Researchers develop gender recognition based on smile dynamics

Men and women smile differently, in measurable ways that can be used by artificial intelligence to recognize the gender of…

 

FPC, Counterpoint Research reports project smartphone fingerprint growth

Fingerprint Cards (FPC) commissioned research group Kantar TNS to conduct a study on how consumers perceive biometrics, including which methods…

 

Israel’s Science and Technology Ministry funding new biometrics R&D

Israel’s Science, Technology and Space Ministry and the National Cyber Bureau’s biometric identification and applications unit have put out a…

 

EAB Research Projects Conference 2017

EAB Research Projects Conference 2017 September 18-19, 2017 Darmstadt, Germany Europe’s largest conference on research in the area of Biometrics…

 

European Association for Biometrics announces EAB-RPC 2017

The fourth annual EAB Research Projects Conference (EAB-RPC) will take place September 18-19 at the Fraunhofer IGD research institute in…

 

Apple to become a member of AI research group

Apple will reportedly join the Partnership on AI, a nonprofit artificial intelligence research organization with a membership that includes Amazon.com…

 

Japan professor reveals that exposing fingertips in photo could result in ID theft

A Japanese professor has discovered that people could potentially open themselves up to identity theft if they show their fingertips…

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