Biometric R&D

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

Growth prospects for biometrics companies and optimism for the potential of new technologies are the themes of the week’s top…

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Military takes robot interaction to the next damn level with new speech recognition system

Waking up Alexa or Google with a question works well enough in the relatively unchanging home environment. But when trying…

 

Apple considers Dot Projector for use in distance, additional biometrics for Mac touch bar

Back in early 2020, Apple submitted a patent application to the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office for a redesign of…

 

Telpo launches ultra-thin facial biometrics device to meet wide range of business needs

Telpo has launched a new biometric facial recognition device with an ultra-thin body and sleek appearance to go with a…

 

Masks mistaken for duct tape, researchers experiment to reduce human bias in biometrics

Arguing biometric facial recognition can often be biased, some researchers believe human intervention could solve the problem. However, humans can…

 

Deepfakes declared top AI threat, biometrics and content attribution scheme proposed to detect them

Biometrics may be the best way to protect society against the threat of deepfakes, but new solutions are being proposed…

 

Biometrics integrator Genetec vanquishes patent troll, receives payment

Genetec, which integrates biometric technologies from a range of partners, has defeated a non-performing entity, otherwise known as a patent…

 

Trueface joins Trade & Travel acceleration program to develop biometrics for passenger screening

Trueface is one of the six tech companies to take part in Trade & Travel’s acceleration program to develop solutions with…

 

Academic researchers say YOLO, speed up image recognition tech

Academic researchers say they have managed to juggle two competing requirements for image recognition: improving both the accuracy and the…

 

Boosting voice biometrics with speech recognition gives Omilia leg up in passive authentication, CEO says

Before Omilia developed its own voice biometrics, CEO Dimitris Vassos came to the conclusion that many of the products in the…

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