Tuesday, December 14, 2021

“Given how widely biometric technologies in general and facial analytics in particular are being used in society, it is surprising that so little is known about the perspectives held by adults in the United States about them.”
– Prof. Jennifer K. Wagner –

Biometrics have evolved well beyond fingerprints and a recent Penn State University study asked U.S. adults about their comfort level with six biometric applications: fingerprint, voice sample, facial image, eye scan, hand geometry and DNA. The results revealed a wide difference in comfort levels with fingerprinting (the oldest application) being most accepted. To learn more, Click here for the article Research finds US adults have context-specific views on biometric technology use.

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