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Biometrics
LG G8 ThinkQ will include IR facial recognition
With Infineon’s REAL3 image sensor chip, LG offers a depth measuring selfie camera for face-based security.
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Cybersecurity
A photo still enough to defeat face unlock of many phones
Despite almost all smartphone manufacturers bragging about just how secure their ‘face unlock’ feature is, a new study has found many models wanting in security.
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Microsoft
NAB and Microsoft show AI’s potential with cardless ATM concept
Customers who opt into the service would be able to withdraw cash from an ATM using facial recognition technology and a PIN.
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NVIDIA
Meet ‘BB8’ – the vehicle that recognises your face
This 'BB8’ is nothing to do with the rollabout robot from Star Wars, but may well be one of the first vehicles to include facial recognition as a replacement for your car keys.
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Artificial Intelligence
Exclusive: AI leading the way in the evolution of video security
This is being driven, in part, by a recent evolution in processing power, allowing analytics to keep pace with the influx of data.
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Social Media
Trustwave releases facial recognition tool for pentesters
Social Mapper takes an automated approach to searching popular social media sites for names and pictures of individuals.
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Artificial Intelligence
What’s holding businesses back from adopting facial recognition?
"There are many ways of tapping into FR to help people both inside and outside of the business setting, however, few organisations are using it."
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Drones
THAT'S A WRAP: Highlights from Sydney’s 2nd Annual Safety, Security and Counter-Terrorism Forum
The event took a comprehensive look at the state of play for terrorist organisations and individuals - both local and abroad.
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Mobile Banking
Gemalto and Dai Nippon Printing develop facial recognition for mobile banking
"Gemalto's facial recognition can bolster mobile banking security and provide a mobile authentication method customers love and trust."
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Facial recognition
Lost or found someone's pet? PiP facial recognition will reunite our furry friends
Animal lovers will know the worry that strikes when their fur babies decide to take a wander away from home.
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Data Protection
25% of firms fail to implement multi-factor authentication for BYOD
25% of respondents at the Gartner Symposium lacked some form of multi-factor authentication when securing BYOD.
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Apple iPhone
Will the iPhone X's Face ID be hackable? Security expert weighs in
The iPhone X’s facial recognition technologies have been called into question by a security consultant who claims that no tech is ever unbeatable.
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NEC Australia
NEC releases facial recognition software - passwords, a thing of the past?
The system is expected to be further improved with additional biometric recognitions in the future.
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Customer experience
How facial recognition will revolutionise customer experiences
Facial recognition technology could remove the need for paper-driven and time-consuming processes, and shorten the entire sales cycle.
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Police
NEC Australia & NT Police facial recognition take out top innovation award
NEC Australia's Watch House project took out the Infrastructure and Platforms Innovation of the Year iAward.
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Facial recognition
Biometrics tech to be worth $9.6 billion by 2022
Facial recognition technology is on the rise. The 2D and 3D biometrics industry will be worth $9.6 billion in revenue by 2022.
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Police
NEC and NT Police recognised for facial recognition technology
The Northern Territory Police Force and NEC has been acknowledged for its use of facial recognition technology to fight crime.
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Cybersecurity
Big things are on the horizon for biometrics security
"Consumers are increasingly putting their trust behind biometric-based authentication and searching for security, convenience, and personalisation."
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Police
Aussie Police implement facial recognition software
“This new facial recognition software has already helped police identify or eliminate suspects and it is exciting to see it move to the next phase."