A Gatekeeper That Takes You At Face ValuePaul Judge
ALTHOUGH YOUR FACE might not be remarkable enough to launch a thousand ships, it could soon be instrumental for launching your PC. Boston-based Miros Inc. has developed a facial-recognition software program to prevent unauthorized users from gaining access to PCs holding sensitive information. Installed on a camera-equipped PC, CyberWatch software can take a picture of the person seeking access and compare it with a previously stored facial image in its database. The system can't be thrown by haircuts, jewelry, or other distractions, the company says, because it uses special algorithms known as neural network programming to match the overall picture of a person's face, rather than comparing images on a pixel by pixel basis.
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