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Biometrics can be biased but how biased? Researchers propose a ruler

Researchers in the United States say they have created a statistical method for “rigorous statistical comparison” for spotting differences among…

 

Biometrics papers, tools sought by US universities

Open the calendar. The IEEE is calling for biometrics papers and two New York State universities are looking for candidates…

 

IEEE recognizes Stephanie Schuckers’ biometrics contributions with Fellowship

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has bestowed upon Clarkson University Professor Stephanie Schuckers the IEEE Fellow distinction….

 

Better measurement needed to asses recent advances in biometric bias mitigation

New research considers how to measure differences in false rejection rates (FRR) from biometric systems for various demographic groups, examining…

 

iBeta biometrics testing expert explains the path from playdough to vendor credibility

Even within the field of biometrics, where neural networks and modern machine learning techniques have revolutionized established modalities and enabled…

 

Seeing the growth of biometrics in the growth of an ID research center

Hard as it might be to imagine today, scientists at Clarkson University’s Center for Identification Technology Research have over the…

 

CITeR releases video series to explain biometrics to general public

The Center for Identification Technology Research (CITeR) at Clarkson University, New York,  has released a new series of educational videos…

 

Behavioral biometrics researchers awarded $250k National Science Foundation grant

Three professors at Clarkson University have been awarded a $250,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to prototype advanced…

 

Research with IrisGuard device shows iris biometrics work with children aged 4 to 11

A new academic study shows iris biometrics are likely to be effective for identifying children over time, as irises do…

 

Precise Biometrics signs commercial access control agreement with Clarkson University

Precise Biometrics has announced a new commercial partnership with Clarkson University. As part of the new collaboration, Precise’s YOUNiQ facial…

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