Blog Tags: speaker recognition
Posted: Monday,November 30,2015
Since the publication of the report “Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States: A Path Forward” by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) of the United States back in 2009 a lot of controversy has been created around the reliability of Forensic reports in Courts around the world. NAS was ruthless in delivering its conclusions, finding many problems including absence of mandatory standardization, issues relating to the interpretation of forensic evidence, the lack of established limits and measures of performance, and disparity of criteria for admissibility in Court. That debate is still continuing and affects all the different Forensic Areas...
Posted: Thursday,November 21,2013
This week at Cartes 2013 the Sesame award for Trusted Internet Authentication was announced. The App "My voice is my Password", developed by Oberthur Technologies using the AGNITIO Engine, won the contest. There is a special significance on this App that was not described in detail in the announcement and I would like to remark here. A first in history of Voice Biometrics.
The App allows the user to authenticate in the mobile phone using Voice. That is new, but not a first in the market. The importance of this new approach of Oberthur and AGNITIO is that it solves security issues of local Voice Biometrics authentication. Both Oberthur and AGNITIO are FIDO member...