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Biometric PAD standards in competition against spoof attacks, not each other: Stephanie Schuckers

Presentation attack detection (PAD) technology is increasingly important in biometric systems, and increasingly implemented. The technology seems to remain the…

 

Idiap researchers propose metric for measuring biometrics fairness

A pair of researchers from the Idiap Research Institute have developed a metric to use in assessing the fairness of biometric…

 

Biometrics-based platform in the works in Ireland to help track organized crime suspects

The police service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) and the Ireland national police service (Garda) are partnering to develop a forensic…

 

New Handbook of Biometric Anti-Spoofing edition coming, researchers call for contributions

Idiap Research Institute Senior Researcher Sebastien Marcel has called for contributions to be included in the 3rd Edition of the…

 

Idiap receives accreditation to grant biometrics certificates for Android

Idiap’s Swiss Center for Biometrics Research and Testing has received accreditation to conduct the evaluation required by Android for biometric…

 

Idiap expanding its ‘Deepfake detection and attribution’ research team

The Idiap Research Institute has posted an announcement on their site looking for qualified candidates for a Ph.D. position researching…

 

Competition results show iris biometric liveness detection a work in progress

The 2020 edition of the Iris Liveness Detection competition (LivDet-Iris) has been held, with significant increases in difficulty resulting in…

 

Global ID and Idiap Research Institute to develop contactless vein biometric scanner for hospitals

A new project to develop a contactless scanner for biometric hand vein identification has been launched by Global ID and…

 

Biometrics experts discuss voice and face potential, presentation attacks at Israeli Winter School

The Identity and Biometric Applications Unit of Israel’s National Cyber Directorate partnered with the University of Haifa to hold a…

 

Facial recognition systems can be vulnerable to deep morphing, researchers say

Some 95 percent of deepfakes are accepted by biometric facial recognition systems, found a study conducted by Pavel Korshunov and…

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