Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Sensory's Fusion of Face and Voice Biometric Recognition Gets IQ Boost and Broader Mobile OS Support

According to Parks Associates, 76% of broadband households express high levels of concern about security and privacy issues when using any of their connected devices. "Consumer confidence in the value of IoT devices and services is significantly influenced by security concerns," said Brad Russell, Research Analyst, Parks Associates. "Multi-sensor biometric security technologies are advancing with the help of increasingly sophisticated artificial intelligence algorithms. Technologies like TrulySecure, that can merge face and voice data for user authentication while reducing false rejects and minimizing exposure to the cloud, will be positioned well to replace less reliable methods."

From the press release "Sensory's Fusion of Face and Voice Biometric Recognition Gets IQ Boost and Broader Mobile OS Support."

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