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ticket entry terminals etc.

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Explainer: Face Recognition

Humans often use faces to recognize individuals and advancements in computing capability over the past few decades now enable similar…

 

Iris Recognition Used to Secure Borders

Due to the disastrous events of 9/11 and the continued threat of global terrorism, governments worldwide continue to respond to…

 

Explainer: Keystroke recognition

Keystroke recognition has been defined by both industry and academics as the process of measuring and assessing a typing rhythm…

 

Biometrics to Replace Passwords in 2015

What are biometrics? By definition, biometrics are both the science and technology of measuring and analyzing biological data such as…

 

Explainer: Finger Vein Recognition

Finger vein recognition is a method of biometric authentication that uses pattern recognition techniques based on images of human finger…

 

A primer on voice biometrics

This is a guest post by Steve Hoffman, CEO of SayPay Technologies, Inc. Overview Speech recognition services like Apple’s Siri…

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