Wednesday, 23 de April de 2014

Noticias y opinión en Visión Artificial


FBI studies biometrics to plan its future research

The FBI released on Tuesday a detailed study of the advancement of different kinds of biometrics -- from fingerprints to ear scans -- to lay out how the bureau might pursue the identification of individuals in the future.

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Don’t sleepwalk into Big Brother surveillance, schools warned

Schools which employ biometric technologies such as fingerprint patterning to manage libraries or dinner queues should put surveillance and privacy issues on the curriculum, according to university experts.

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Members of the European Parliament set to debate new biometric rules for passports

Later this year all European Union members and 3 other states will start issuing biometric passports which contain fingerprints and facial recognition features. These measures come in a bid to tackle terrorism, crime and illegal border migration. At 15:00 Tuesday MEPs will debate the new passports.

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SeMarket ganadora del premio al “Mejor Producto de Seguridad TIC del Año” de la Revista Red Seguridad

El producto premiado ha sido BioSeLogOn, sistema de control de acceso lógico mediante reconocimiento biométrico

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C-True lanza sistema de reconocimiento facial para aeropuertos

C-True Imaging Ltd. ha introducido el sistema C-Gate, una solución de autenticación para tarjetas de embarque que usa la tecnología del reconocimiento facial. El sistema C-Gate está diseñado para garantizar que los pasajeros aborden el vuelo que les corresponde

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A Joined-Up Bot-Fighting Strategy

Can simulated handwriting stop the spambots from getting through?

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Dubai's iris scan helps arrest 54,000 suspects last year

About 54,000 people were arrested at Dubai International Airport last year after failing iris scan, a senior official from the Ministry of Interior said on Monday.

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Albania Issues New IDs, Biometric Passports

Albanians rushed to apply for new identity cards and biometric passports, a key requirement for future visa-free travel to the EU.

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UPEK Ramps Up with Supports for Windows 7 Beta

UPEK, a provider of biometric fingerprint security solutions, announced support for Windows 7 beta and the availability of pre-release drivers and a version of Protector Suite software using the new Windows Biometric Framework (WBF).

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Chris Bishop: Even the most sophisticated computers can't tell a dog from a cat

The task of recognising structure or objects in data is called pattern recognition. It's something computers find incredibly difficult.

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Windows 7: BitLocker To Go & Biometric improvements overview

Over the next few weeks we will be adding many more focus items on Windows 7 including Touch, Windows 7 networking and media enhancements. Stay tuned for the ultimate Windows 7 focus from Neowin.net. Here is an overview of BitLocker To Go and Biometric improvements in Windows 7.

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Face scanners to be introduced in British schools in new 'Big Brother' row

Face scanners to speed up pupil registration and queues for lunches were helping to create a Big Brother regime in schools, it was claimed yesterday.

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Fujitsu PalmSecure offers biometrics sans contact

Why don't people ever use fingerprint readers? Even though they're nearly ubiquitous on laptop computers these days, I've never seen one used in the real world outside of vendors demonstrating to me that their laptop has a fingerprint reader on it.

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2008 Year In Review - findBIOMETRICS

The response to this year’s YIR was our largest ever with 65 companies/industry experts responding to our questionnaire. This is 20% higher than our review in 2007! We received responses from Canada, Spain, Russia, Australia, China, Ireland, Brazil, Hong Kong, Sweden, Mexico, Germany, UK, Israel, The Netherlands, Lithuania, Singapore, France, Korea, Japan, Italy, Malaysia and the USA.


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Researchers create all seeing 'eye'

The remarkable ability of insects to look in all directions at once has been emulated by a team of international scientists who have built an artificial ‘eye’ with an unobstructed all-round view.

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Validity Launches the First Customizable LED Fingerprint Sensor

Offering Improved Aesthetics and User Experience for Notebook PCs and Other Consumer Electronic Devices

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Recognise this image?

Image recognition is a long-standing challenge in science. But European researchers have achieved a breakthrough by developing a powerful image-recognition application with mass-market appeal. There is a bright future for the technology.

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Biometric Palm Reader Sees Through Your Skin

Fingerprint readers watch out. What used to be state of the art security could soon be replaced by contact-free biometric authorization systems that can read the unique pattern of veins beneath your skin.

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Tigers use scent, birds use calls – biometrics are just animal instinct

Biometrics may seem new, but they're the oldest form of identification. Tigers recognise each other's scent; penguins recognise calls. Humans recognise each other by sight from across the room, voices on the phone, signatures on contracts and photographs on drivers' licences. Fingerprints have been used to identify people at crime scenes for more than 100 years.

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Finger scanning to be lunch card of the future

Rockwood students will soon pay for lunch without coins, bills or plastic.

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