Articles By Jim Nash

Jim Nash is a business journalist. His byline has appeared in The New York Times, Investors Business Daily, Robotics Business Review and other publications. You can find Jim on LinkedIn.

If the International Biometrics + Identity Association had wished to put skeptics and opponents of facial recognition technology on blast,…

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Army modernizes 20-year-old biometrics database for troops patrolling foreign checkpoints

The U.S. Army has developed an update to an important 20-year-old biometric data store, known as the BAT-A database and…

 

Rank One claims a victory in NIST’s new benchmark for biometric face-scan memory use

A key U.S. government standards agency has begun tabulating runtime memory use by facial recognition algorithms, and a Colorado-based software…

 

It’s like The Manchurian Candidate but with brainwashed AIs

Without expressly saying that facial recognition software has been hacked by cybercriminals, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) says it…

 

It’s 2020: Why is patient matching still so hard?

Anyone of a certain age will remember the early Internet’s utopian promises: democratic governments the norm; truth the global currency,…

 

NIST rolls up its sleeves to test facial recognition used for biometric entry and exit program

The federal government’s chief technology standards body is working with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency to test facial…

 

Bill of 7 rights to biodata proposed to safeguard biometrics

Seven biodata human rights have been suggested by bright minds in private and public endeavors in the hope that the…

 

Army researchers attempt to match an infrared face biometrics against visible-light faces

Researchers with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) are experimenting with artificial intelligence and facial recognition to positively identify an…

 

Witnesses swat down facial recognition concerns of House committee members

If U.S. lawmakers are warming to facial recognition systems, it was not evident during yesterday’s House Committee on Homeland Security….

 

UK ICO rejects privacy complaint about Dahua’s use of facial biometrics at IFSEC

The United Kingdom’s data protection agency has made face recognition demonstrations using unsuspecting industry conferencegoers legal so long as three…

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