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Thats kind of scary
Perhaps the title should have been Biometric Recognition System (i.e., AIDC), it is more inherent in that a biometric recognition system is a particular type of computer system that has the functionality and purpose of identifying a person based on one or more physiological and/or behavioral (biometric) characteristics, comparing them to data, previously acquired and present in the system’s database, through the input data acquisition algorithms and sensors.
Written like that it really sounds suggestive.
Well if it’s all offline and that the source code does not looks compromise by the Chinese Government (or anybody else) I don’t see why ? It’s a feature in Windows, iOS, Android and probably macOS too in the future, people seems to love it. Biometric authentifcation is problematic but conveniant so the mass want it
That’s right, it is now well implemented and the data is collected in a dedicated hardware component by now.