The London-based maker of the patented Flashmark face authentication technology has opened U.S. operations and installed its executive team.
Camera shipment revenues for border control are forecast to reach $1.9 billion by 2025 due to adoption of video analytics and machine vision technologies.
Fight for the Future and Students for Sensible Drug Policy contend facial recognition poses a threat to students’ basic liberties and academic freedom.
A new report ranks 50 countries based on where they are taking biometrics, what they’re being taken for and how they’re being stored.
Blake Hall, CEO and founder of ID.me, has drafted four predictions around biometrics, federated identity and data privacy regulations.
The Halo Touch smart lock comes with the ability to program and store up to 100 fingerprints and can be remotely controlled through the Kwikset app.
SIA commends NIST for encouraging research organizations to examine facial recognition comprehensively rather than publish incomplete research in order to generate attention.
The ASIS NYC Chapter will play a key role in staging education and networking activities at the 2020 event, Nov. 18-19 at the Javits Center in New York.
A coalition of stakeholders wants the federal government to address concerns about the use of facial recognition technology.
Emerging technologies such as deep learning and Big Data have improved the accuracy, speed and usability of biometrics identification and verification solutions, according to Wang.