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by dulan drift, Thursday, November 15, 2018, 18:35 (31 days ago)

I've always resisted robots asking for my telephone number, then fingerprint, and facial recognition. apart from privacy concerns, seems now fingerprints can be "biometrically copied" - I guess that was always gonna happen

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/nov/15/fake-fingerprints-can-imitate-real-f...

ID recognition technology

by dan @, Friday, November 16, 2018, 05:46 (31 days ago) @ dulan drift

Interesting. Just yesterday, for the first time, I had a bank robot as me to create a voice ID by repeating a phrase a few times. I was in a hurry to talk to someone so I went ahead and did it. Governments already have a lot of bio IDs on us. Facial recognition from all the pictures we give them. Fingerprints from going through immigration.

The next big thing is going to be implants. I think it will be a generational shift. So, whereas people over, what, 35 or so might balk at a chip in their hand, it's a small leap to see a younger generation going for it. All they (the powers that be) would have to do is tie it in somehow to gaming or social networks.

ID recognition technology

by dan @, Friday, November 16, 2018, 05:59 (31 days ago) @ dan

One of the links in that article is this site: https://skymind.ai. Interesting stuff. They have a good AI wiki at https://skymind.ai/wiki/ and their case studies pages say a lot.

It's a Brave New World!

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