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.

 

Sensory integrates AI into TrulyNatural speech recognition solutions

Sensory has integrated artificial intelligence (AI) technology into its TrulyNatural line of embedded natural language speech recognition engines. TrulyNatural is…

 

Researchers develop prototype app that blocks voice hacking attacks

A new study by the University at Buffalo’s (UB) School of Engineering and Applied Sciences has found that voice-based smartphone…

 

CSIR working on improving biometric ID techniques for minors

The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), an African research and development organization, is developing a biometric identification system…

 

Apple developing a processor to improve the way devices handle AI tasks

Apple Inc. is developing a processor that will improve the way the company’s devices handle artificial intelligence (AI)-related tasks, such…

 

Applied Recognition issued US patent for face detection and recognition technology

Applied Recognition has been awarded a patent for face detection and recognition technology that applies to advertising, entertainment and social…

 

Lawsuit alleges Apple Pay violates patents related to biometrics

Device security company Universal Secure Registry (USR) filed a lawsuit in a Delaware Federal District Court Sunday against Apple and…

 

BIO-key issued U.S. patent for improving small fingerprint sensors

BIO-key has been granted US Patent #9,646,146 for the “Utilization of Biometric Data”, enabling BIO-key and its licensees to use…

 

Startup Xjera Labs develops advanced facial recognition system

Singapore-based startup Xjera Labs has developed a face recognition system that uses artificial intelligence to detect and identify a person…

 

Kantara issued $2.4M in grants to develop digital ID and privacy solutions using smartphones

Kantara Initiative has received multiple research grants of up to $2.4 million, which it will use to develop three innovative…

 

EyeLock issued patent for single camera system to acquire iris and face biometrics

EyeLock has been issued U.S. Patent No. 9,646,217 relating to a single camera system designed to acquire iris and face…

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