Sensors and Connectivity series: Biometrics and Facial Recognition

Biometrics is the science and technology of analysing biological data. Biometric identifiers are distinctive, measurable characteristics that are unique to each individual, which fall under physiological traits or behavioural characteristics. Physiological traits would include facial recognition, whereas behavioural identifiers would be behaviours individual to a person such as hand writing or gait.


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