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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.

 

Wicket picked up for NFL-wide biometric scanning this year

Satisfied with IAM systems after a six-team trial last season, the U.S. National Football League appears ready to go league-wide…

 

US pols want a voluntary patient-record matching standard

A toothless bill that would create a minimum rate for digital patient records has been proposed in the lower house…

 

Biometric sensors that can be papered on a wall? It would seem so

Metamaterials are being applied to biometrics and the results are likely to include surveillance and ID verification systems that are…

 

Palm biometrics-based ‘Humanity Protocol’ debuts for Web3

An alternative to iris scans for proof of personhood in Web3 has been proposed by three organizations together focused on…

 

Sora’s AI video has people gasping but have they already forgotten OnlyFake?

OpenAI is marketing Sora, its new text-to-video model, while withholding it from the public while it gets some red-team attention,…

 

Carelessness puts consumers and banks at risk in the UK

A vendor-funded survey of UK adults finds many of them are cavalier about ID verification online. One-third, in fact know…

 

Survey sees US consumer confidence fall for biometrics

Unease with business use of biometrics data appears to be settling in for U.S. consumers. Marketing statistics published by GetApp,…

 

Houston Astros introducing ticketless access with MLB Go-Ahead Entry

Major League Baseball in the U.S. is introducing its facial recognition ticketing program, Go-Ahead Entry, to Houston sports fans. The…

 

Deepfake detection market and regulation growing in US

Deepfake products might not be booming, according to some market watchers, but short-term projections show them easily outgrowing most areas…

 

China’s biometric surveillance in Tibet matures to integration projects

The Chinese government in Tibet is linking the various biometric surveillance systems and databases. It’s the next logical step after…

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