Noticias y opinión en Visión Artificial
To reach a breakthrough in computer analysis of medical images, University of Waterloo engineering Prof. Hamid Tizhoosh and his colleagues had to acknowledge a shortcoming that is hard for engineers to admit.
Report examines the societal, cultural and ethical issues affecting biometric security systems.
What are we missing? What’s been overlooked? History shows that exploiting underutilised technology is a way of getting out of trouble.
C-TRUE & STALLION SECURITY provide face recognition security solutions to South Africa Football Association (SAFA)
Johannesburg, South Africa, - Following several comprehensive trials in South Africa, C-TRUE Face Recognition technology was approved by the South African Football Association (SAFA) for access control security to critical SAFA facilities including the office of the CEO, Mr. Raymond Hack.
Retinal scans and fingerprinting are obsolete
Treelogic, empresa especializada en soluciones de TI con sede en Asturias, España, con la participación del grupo de investigación Infobótica del Departamento de Informática de la Universidad de Oviedo y la Fundación Cartif de Valladolid, está desarrollando el proyecto TIC4BOT, que persigue una evolución en la forma de actuar con los pacientes hospitalarios, proporcionando servicios con diferentes niveles de personalización, disponibles en cualquier zona del hospital y sensibles al entorno en el que se encuentran.
Retina scanning, face recognition and fingerprint reading are common biometric systems for physical security accesses or computer logon systems, and in recent years the latter has become more widespread in consumer products such as laptops or handheld devices.
Provides Support for Biometric Access to Critical ITI Banking Applications; OneSign Manages Complex Password Environment
(Canadian Press (delayed) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) VANCOUVER _ High-tech driver's licences will soon make their debut in British Columbia to help prevent identity theft and fraud.
Jesus mobe turns to service of darkness
There's software that's smart enough to recognize people by their faces, or by their irises. But those algorithms are finicky. To work properly, subjects usually have to be willing to play along -- looking straight into the camera, when the light is just right.
Hi-tech security systems will not be in place on the London Olympics until this summer at the earliest.
New York State issued an RFP for finger-imaging system which would allow government agencies ti identify and verify the identity of recipients of government services;
The Finnish government has amended the country’s passport law to include the incorporation of fingerprints in new ePassports. The new law is expected to come into force in Spring 2009.
Sensors able to identify individuals’ brain patterns and heart rhythms could become part of security systems which also use more traditional forms of biometric recognition, thanks to pioneering work being done by European researchers.
A "waste of time" for biometric ID checks
Tokyo, - Fujitsu Limited announced today that its palm vein authentication system, PalmSecure, has been certified under the Common Criteria(1) for Information Technology Security Evaluation (ISO15408) as Evaluation Assurance Level 2(2). This is the world's first palm vein-based authentication system, and only the third biometric authentication system of any kind, to be certified under this international standard.
When password proliferation caused mounting challenges, Banque Saudi Fransi called on Imprivata’s OneSign appliance to leap from manual authentication to next-generation fingerprint scanning.
TECHNOLOGY company Unisys hopes to start trials in Australia this year of a biometric identification system that could lead to faster security checks at airports.
Serbia on its path to the EU has two guidelines, the first being a political one, which implies applying for candidacy, while the second is visa liberalisation, which implies adoption of accompanying laws and the security of documents.