Biometric R&D

Biometric R&D refers to significant research and developments in the biometric sphere. This includes market research, product development, awards recognition as well as new inventions and innovations.

Nok Nok Labs has announced the launch of an SDK to bring FIDO-based authentication with biometrics and secure tokens to…

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Neurotechnology claims top spot on NIST biometric fingerprint interoperability leaderboard

Neurotechnology has achieved the top position on the leaderboard of the latest National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) MINEX…

 

UK academics introduce improved neural network for highly precise facial recognition

Researchers from the University of Surrey’s Centre for Vision, Speech, and Signal Processing have been working on a more precise…

 

New approaches and technologies to fulfill the online security promise of biometrics

Biometrics are often associated with strong security both in the public consciousness and within the industry. Part of the reason…

 

Thousands of cameras from banned companies operating in U.S. facilities as Entity List fallout continues

There are currently more than 2,700 cameras from companies banned from U.S. government contracts are still in operation at military…

 

MegaFace facial recognition dataset origin raises privacy and liability concerns

Pictures of two kids from Illinois made it to a biometric facial recognition database after their mom created a Flickr…

 

Fujitsu, Carnegie Mellon develop AI-based facial expression recognition technology

Japanese company Fujitsu in collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science has developed an AI facial expression recognition…

 

Thermal sensor maker HGH launches new 360-degree optical system for U.S. army market

Infrared optical systems maker HGH has introduced the third generation of its SPYNEL-U 360-degree thermal and visible imaging sensor, which…

 

Kneron partners to accelerate edge facial recognition and computer vision

Kneron has partnered with industrial PC manufacturer Aaeon to develop an artificial intelligence accelerator card for edge applications, particularly for…

 

Facial recognition systems can be vulnerable to deep morphing, researchers say

Some 95 percent of deepfakes are accepted by biometric facial recognition systems, found a study conducted by Pavel Korshunov and…

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