Check Out the Lastest in Biometric News from BiometricUpdate
- House subcommittee considers impact of facial recognition bias on government adoption of AI technologies
- Australian Tax Office has collected 3.4 million voiceprints as government embraces biometrics
- Token picks up $1.75M in New York state funding
- Technavio predicts global 3D facial recognition market to grow 36 percent through 2022
- KNOW Identity Conference 2018
- Fujitsu introduces suite of biometric authentication software for PCs
- Gambia restores Semlex contract for biometric national identity documents
- Indian Justices attempt to clarify legal positions as Aadhaar constitutional challenge continues
- NEXT Biometrics reports positive gross margin for January 2018, sets date for Q4 update
- Biometrics industry stocks this week
Check Out the Lastest in Biometric News from PlanetBiometrics
- Guest blog: Physical attributes versus behavioural patterns – The privacy debate
- Iris solution helps refugees glimpse a brighter future
- World Bank, Accenture outline universal ID vision for developing nations
- Feature: Smartphone security – It’s all in the eyes
- Feature: Mobile identity and unlocking the DNA of trust
- Blog: A guide for banks in choosing biometric systems
- Can biometrics help with Europe’s migrant problem?
- Feature: Biometrics for high-value services: Opportunities, obstacles and breakthroughs
- Mobile identity and wearables: You are what you wear
- British MPs ‘alarmed’ at police using biometric data
Want to Get Yourself a Computer Full of Biometric Safety Features?
Lenovo has been working hard to try and incorporate all sorts of biometric safety features to help keep your computer safe. It includes facial recognition and a fingerprint pad to help you log in. Find out more by reading the specs of this soon-to-be-released laptop!