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China still finding outstretched Canadian palms when it comes to biometrics research

Canadian researchers are reportedly working with Chinese researchers tainted by military and government-repression campaigns. Coverage by The Globe and Mail,…

 

New biometric vehicle partnerships, products and concepts unveiled for payments, personalization

A series of partnerships and announcements, including several at the Consumer Electronics Show, promise wider availability of biometric technologies in…

iFLYTEK

Founded in 1999, iFLYTEK (stock info) is a well-known intelligent speech and artificial intelligence publicly listed company in the Asia-Pacific…

 

Huawei allegedly partnered on more biometric ethnicity-tracking systems

Reports have surfaced about Huawei’s partnerships with companies that further implicate the company in collaboration on discriminatory surveillance product development…

 

Biometrics unicorns Megvii and SenseTime’s revenues reportedly bounced back from Entity List impact

Top Chinese biometrics unicorns Megvii and SenseTime are not experiencing prolonged difficulty raising funds or winning foreign contracts despite the blocks put…

 

Chinese voice biometrics leader iFlyTek trusts offline sales to bring in most revenue

Chinese biometric speech and voice recognition developer iFlyTek is opening 1,000 physical stores in 2020, estimating a major increase in…

 

iFLyTek develops voice recognition for law enforcement; moves forward with AI innovation despite U.S. ban

Chinese startup iFlyTek boasts it has created for law enforcement AI technology that leverages voice biometrics to identify a person,…

 

U.S. drops Entity List hammer on Chinese facial recognition unicorns and biometrics providers

The U.S. Government has added 28 organizations to its Entity List, banning major biometrics companies including Dahua, Hikvision, iFlytek, Megvii,…

 

U.S. considers blacklisting Megvii, Hikvision and other Chinese biometric companies

Hikvision, Megvii, and other Chinese biometric companies could soon be blocked from acquiring components and software from American suppliers by…

 

Human Rights Watch raises privacy concerns over Chinese voice recognition program

China’s government is collecting “voice pattern” samples from its citizens to build a database for use with voice recognition technology,…

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