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Global Biometrics Market Revenue to Reach $15.1B by 2025, Report Says

Market intelligence firm Tractica forecasts fingerprint recognition, voice recognition, iris recognition and facial recognition will be the leading modalities as biometrics use cases continue to expand.


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