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· Grupo Supervielle S.A. (SUPV) CEO Jorge Ramirez on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
We adapted and moved to our 24-hour lobbies, our existing biometric recognition technology to withdraw money from the ATMs without a debit card.
· ACLU sues facial recognition firm Clearview AI, calling it a ‘nightmare scenario’ for privacy →
Alleging Clearview violated a well-known Illinois biometric privacy law
· Researchers use biometrics, including data from the Oura Ring, to predict COVID-19 symptoms in advance →
The sudsy involved using biometric data gathered by the Oura Ring, a consumer wearable that looks like a normal metallic ring, but that includes sensors to monitor a number of physiological metrics, including body temperature, sleep patterns, activity, heart rate and more.
The New York Times
· A.C.L.U. Accuses Clearview AI of Privacy ‘Nightmare Scenario’ →
The company’s business model, the complaint said, “appears to embody the nightmare scenario” of a “private company capturing untold quantities of biometric data for purposes of surveillance and tracking without notice to the individuals affected, much less their consent.”
· IDFC First Bank launches video KYC facility for customers to open savings accounts →
The zero-contact method completely does away with paper work or biometric verification, thereby removing physical interaction between the bank and customer from the know your customer (KYC) process, IDFC First Bank said in a release.
· IDFC First Bank to give 7% interest on savings account opened through video KYC →
The zero contact method completely does away with paper work or biometric verification, thereby removing physical interaction between the bank and customer from the KYC process, he further added.
· RealNetworks Could Have A Winner →
Performance accuracy of SAFR biometric facial recognition technology from RealNetworks is not affected by people wearing masks to protect themselves against the spread of COVID-19, explains Eric Hess, senior director of product management for Face Recognition & Security Solutions in a company blog post.
· How co-working spaces can restart post Covid-19 lockdown →
It will require the provision of hand sanitisers and replacing biometric with access cards.
· Babylon Health leads a $30M Series B in US health kiosk operator, Higi →
Higi says its kiosks have been used by 62M people in North America to date, conducting more than 372M biometric tests.