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AI Discovers That Not Every Fingerprint Is Unique

Using Artificial Intelligence (AI), Columbia University engineers have discovered that not every fingerprint is unique. Read on to learn about their research and findings—and...

Biometric Technologies of the Future: Earlobe Recognition

Expert author Ravi Das has, in previous articles, described DNA recognition and Gait recognition as physical biometric technologies of the future. Here, he presents...

Biometric Technologies of the Future: Gait Recognition

Gait recognition is the next potential biometric which is being looked at very closely as a viable technology of the future. Gait recognition, simply...

Biometric Technologies of the Future: DNA Recognition

The use of DNA as a unique piece of evidence did not start until 1984, by a scientist known as Alec Jeffreys. It did...

Physical & Behavioral Biometric Technologies: Part 16

In a previous article, Ravi Das introduced keystroke recognition technology, including how it works and what it measures. Here he outlines the strengths and...

Physical & Behavioral Biometric Technologies: Part 15

The last two articles in this extensive series addressed signature recognition technology. Now, expert author Ravi Das moves on to introduce the topic of...

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Part 2: Security vulnerabilities of e-voting

To help combat the security vulnerabilities mentioned in Part 1 of this series, biometrics has been called upon to add an extra layer(s) of...

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