Friday, October 7, 2022

Biometrics

Biometric authentication using breath

Breath could be the next biometric authentication for your smartphone.

Wireless movement-tracking system could collect health and behavioral data

MIT scientists have taken a step forward to leverage wireless signal's (that flows around us and bouncing off our bodies) reflections with the aim...

Want computers to see better in the real world? Train them in a virtual reality

Researchers have built up another approach to enhance how computers "see" and "understand" protests in reality via preparing the computer vision frameworks in a...

Real-time CAPTCHA technology improves biometric authentication

Captcha technology– initially an acronym for "Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart" – is broadly used to keep bots...

IBM’s Future of identity study suggests millennials poised to disrupt authentication

IBM Security today unveils a global think about looking at buyer points of view around advanced character and confirmation, which found that individuals now...

MasterCard Reveals Next-Generation Biometric Card

Major credit card company MasterCard recently revealed its next generation of biometric card. The card actually consists of chip technology with fingerprints that conveniently...

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