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Recognising Persons by their Iris Patterns: Technology, Anonymity, and the Liberal State [BlueSci / CUSP]

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To date some 50 million people have enrolled their iris codes. Many airports use it for automatic identification in lieu of passport presentation. This talk will explain how iris recognition algorithms work, reviewing data from 200 billion iris comparisons, and illustrating current and prospective applications.

This talk is part of the BlueSci / CUSP annual squash.

This talk is part of the BlueSci - Workshops on Science Communication series.

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