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EU restricts law enforcement use of public biometrics with new AI rules

The European Commission has released new rules for biometrics and other artificial intelligence (AI) applications deemed ‘high-risk,’ setting fines of…

 

Practical problems in biometric fairness, coming ISO standard explored in EAB webinar

New wrinkles to the problem of biometric bias, the development of standards for assessing it, and strategies for assessing and…

 

NIST plans for further biometrics bias evaluation unveiled in EAB webinar

Despite major gains in biometric matching accuracy in facial recognition systems across all demographic groups over the past several years,…

 

Demographic fairness in biometric systems

Demographic fairness in biometric systems EAB Online Seminar March 9 to March 30, 2021 The European Association for Biometrics (EAB)…

 

EAB virtual events to examine biometric systems’ demographic fairness

The European Association of Biometrics (EAB) has unveiled the schedule for its first series of online events slated for March…

 

Biometrics experts discuss facial recognition research on demographic effects and bias

Many if not all commercial facial recognition algorithms seem to share common roots that make them susceptible to demographic performance…

 

Face biometrics researchers find possible route to better accuracy across races, genders

A sampling of commercial facial recognition algorithms seems to suggest that face biometrics systems are currently too dependent on certain…

 

Biometrics Institute postpones U.S. conference, books expert lineup for online webinars

Biometrics Institute has rescheduled its March U.S. Conference for September 21 in Washington D.C., following concerns over the COVID-19 coronavirus…

 

NIST provides guidance for using mobile device biometrics to authenticate first responders

The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued draft guidance on using mobile device biometrics to authenticate…

 

Research volunteers throw humans under the facial recognition bus

Which is inherently more trustworthy – facial recognition performed by biometric AI or people? According to a new government study,…

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