More on Biometrics and Privacy
Last time I wrote about Biometrics and Privacy. Part of that involved the training of the networks needed to recognize individuals either for authentication or in images. A good description of the process of “training” the networks to recognize the images is the third part of the Medium series I referenced then. As the article […]
Will Random Fake Fingerprints Undermine Biometrics?
Last year I wrote about fingerprint biometrics for authentication. In that piece, I discussed making fake fingerprint patterns. Now a student has taken that one step further and created random pattern fake fingerprints one can slip on the end of a finger. The iPhone and other devices recognize these patterns as fingerprints. Why Would I […]