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Startup Deep North launches program to let schools test facial recognition safety system

Startup Deep North, formerly known as VMAXX, is working with school districts and universities in California, Texas, Florida, and Massachusetts…

 

U.S. House passes bill to expand biometric technology, training, data sharing with foreign partners

The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a bipartisan bill to share biometric technology, training, and data with allied countries…

 

RealNetworks launches school facial recognition product SAFR in India

RealNetworks Indian subsidiary has launched the company’s SAFR facial recognition technology, which is designed for use in schools, as well…

 

Biometrics stocks this week: Nuance overhauls board, DHS face ID tests, NEC contracts

The biometrics sector is an exciting place to be these days. New products are being launched. Biometrics-based devices are popping…

 

New York, DHS testing voting systems cybersecurity

The New York State Board of Elections—in concert with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in partnership with the Division…

 

Article calls on states to improve understanding to develop biometric privacy legislation

Only one-fifth of U.S. states have actively considered or passed legislation addressing the collection and management of biometric data, and…

 

Biometrics stocks this week: Aware, BIO-key, FPC, Suprema

First quarter earnings season is under way and corporations are generally posting solid results. This winter’s tax cut legislation is…

 

Research shows human face recognition aided by speech movement

Cognitive psychologist and speech scientist Alexandra Jesse of the University of Massachusetts Amherst and her undergraduate linguistics student Michael Bartoli…

 

Biometrics industry stocks this week: Aware, IDEX, Precise, NEXT

Publicly-traded biometrics companies continue to report fourth quarter results. One of those was the Bedford, Massachusetts-based, Aware Inc. The company’s…

 

Face redaction startup Suspect Technologies plans to enter facial recognition market

AI computer vision startup Suspect Technologies is planning a funding round to expand from facial redaction products to facial recognition…

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