Finger prints. Voice prints. Facial prints. Retina scans. Ear configurations. These are the “identifiers” that constitute the world of biometrics — “the measurement and statistical analysis of people’s physical and behavioral characteristics.”
Used primarily and predominantly in access control environments, biometrics is rapidly becoming ubiquitous as we move about from Point A to Point B in our daily lives, demonstrating quite dramatically that ours is fast becoming a world in which there is literally “no place to hide.”
Evidences presented here of an evolving “Transparent World” tell the story …
Other Biometric News —
Facial recognition, fingerprints to replace passports at Australian airports under new self-processing system – by Christina (Mora) Parlay, Biometrics statistician and researcher, posted on “Biometrics for eCommerce” (LinkedIn), January 2017; “New technology will mean many travelers will soon not need to present their passports when entering or leaving Australia.”
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