Author: Mary Haskett

Biometric Identification Technology – A Primer Biometrics are unique human measurements. Photo by BrianAJackson/iStock / …

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The Walt Disney Corporation has been an early and enthusiastic adopter of biometric technology for decades.

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Human versus Computer Vision

It wasn’t until I started learning about computer vision that I realized that human vision …

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It wasn’t until I started learning about computer vision that I realized that human vision …

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US citizens have the right to opt-out of airport face recognition programs. This might cause a slight delay but maybe not. Even a small error rate would cause thousands of people to be misidentified every day so you might actually be speeding things up by skipping the surveillance.

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San Francisco is the first city in the United States to adopt a ban on government use of facial recognition technology. What do we think of that at Blink Identity?

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Biometric identification technology is advancing faster than established best practices and laws that address their use. Four states have laws that cover biometric privacy – is that good enough?

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Almost every day there is an article in the news about face recognition technology. Let’s dig down and learn some of the basics about how it works.

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Almost every day there is an article in the news about face recognition technology. Let’s dig down and learn some of the basics about how it works.

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In general, people are terrible at assessing risk. We intuitively associate familiar with safe and unfamiliar with dangerous. When bad things happen, we want someone to do something, even if it’s not helpful. This generally isn’t a good thing.

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