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Demo: Me, Myself and Eye

Anil Jan at Michigan State University seeks to improve security by integrating various types of biometrics.
February 17, 2006

Fingerprinting, iris scans, and face recognition may be cutting-edge identification technologies, but none alone is foolproof. At Michigan State University, Anil Jain seeks to dramatically improve security with three prototype systems that fuse several types of biometrics.

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