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NIST’s Patrick Grother on bias, biometrics evolution and plans to test face recognition with masks

As the world’s foremost authority on the biometric performance of face recognition, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)…

 

Bias and morphing remain challenges in face biometrics, but measures are improving

A pair of the most pressing risks to the effectiveness of face biometric systems were under the microscope during the…

 

Facial recognition research community going beyond the algorithm to improve accuracy

The concept of ‘garbage in, garbage out’ applies to biometric systems just as easily as it does to coding or…

 

Amazon claims to cut facial recognition bias with unlabeled data

Amazon Web Services has unveiled a method to evaluate bias in facial recognition algorithms without using annotated identity labels. A…

 

Selfie biometrics and mobile digital IDs proliferate for financial, government services

Biometrics and digital IDs on mobile devices made several of the most-read stories of the past week on Biometric Update,…

 

Biometric technologies ditching bias, expensive scanners and centralization

Advances in biometrics are holding out promises of greater privacy protection, higher accuracy and lower costs, the audience of the…

 

ID4Africa LiveCast Episode 35

ID4Africa LiveCast Episode 35 Online October 19, 2022 – 12:30 GMT ID4Africa’s next LiveCast airs on Oct 19, promises to…

 

What is the FRVT?

The Face Recognition Vendor Test is an ongoing program funded by the United States. It judges the many face biometrics…

 

Canadian academic report urges no facial recognition at legislature, reasons why sow confusion

Canada’s Parliamentary Protective Service is thinking about deploying face biometrics around the country’s legislature. As part of that process, the…

 

Lossy image compression negatively affects facial recognition algorithms, research shows

Experimental research by a team from the Department of Computer Science in the University of Durham, UK, demonstrates that image…

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