Optimizing biometric algorithms for large-scale law enforcement applications

2019-11-26T12:35:04-05:00By |

The use of biometrics in law enforcement dates as far back as the late 1800s. But early matching methods such as the Henry System were time-consuming and often inconclusive; it wasn’t until the 1970s that computers began helping law enforcement agencies automate fingerprint matching to achieve greater efficiency and accuracy. In the 1980s, the FBI [...]

The Future of Biometrics in Banking Is by the Books

2019-08-28T09:55:59-04:00By |

Financial institutions in the European Union have long acted as fintech beacons for the rest of the world. Case in point, the chip-and-PIN card technology that the U.S. only started rolling out in 2014 has been in use throughout the EU since the mid-2000s. Now the EU is preparing to take its next leap forward [...]