Biometrics

Read: ASIS NYC Chapter Partners With Reed Exhibitions, SIA to Present ISC East 2020

ASIS NYC Chapter Partners With Reed Exhibitions, SIA to Present ISC East 2020

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.

Read: SIA, Others Compel Congress to Examine Benefits of Facial Recognition

SIA, Others Compel Congress to Examine Benefits of Facial Recognition

A coalition of stakeholders wants the federal government to address concerns about the use of facial recognition technology.

Read: Biometrics Expert Anne Wang Talks Digital Infrastructure, Emerging Tech

Biometrics Expert Anne Wang Talks Digital Infrastructure, Emerging Tech

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.

Read: Why the Education, Healthcare Markets Are Turning to Biometrics

Why the Education, Healthcare Markets Are Turning to Biometrics

The education and healthcare markets have an increasingly critical need to fuse convenience and security while validating “true identity” as opposed to identity that is simply associated with the possession of an ID card.

Read: Facial Recognition Technology Faces Scrutiny

Facial Recognition Technology Faces Scrutiny

Those facial recognition bans you keep hearing about involve the government, not businesses. Here’s how to select and utilize this biometric solution.

Read: Iris ID, Telaeris Partner to Bring New Features to Handheld Biometric Platform

Iris ID, Telaeris Partner to Bring New Features to Handheld Biometric Platform

The iCAM M300 portable biometric solution from Iris ID now offers gateless access control, time and attendance, and employee mustering.

Read: Facial Recognition Software Developed at Duke Linked to Chinese Surveillance Programs

Facial Recognition Software Developed at Duke Linked to Chinese Surveillance Programs

Researchers used video of Duke students to improve facial recognition technology. The same data set is linked to China’s use of improving facial technology to monitor ethnic minorities.

Read: NYPD Used Celebrity Lookalikes to Alter Facial Recognition Results, Researchers Say

NYPD Used Celebrity Lookalikes to Alter Facial Recognition Results, Researchers Say

A new report reveals certain police departments are fudging facial recognition results by using celebrity doppelgangers, forensic sketches and editing photos.

Read: San Francisco Becomes First U.S. City to Ban Facial Recognition Software

San Francisco Becomes First U.S. City to Ban Facial Recognition Software

The ban prohibits the technology’s use by police; however, facial recognition can still be used at SFO and the Port of San Francisco.

Read: How to Ensure Your Customer Selects the Right Access Control Solution

How to Ensure Your Customer Selects the Right Access Control Solution

From keypads and mobile apps, to biometrics, this guide will help your customers choose the access control solution that fits best.

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