Entry to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo could be more convenient and more secure thanks to the utilization of facial recognition technology, preventing authorized attendees from lending or borrowing physical ID cards, or criminals from stealing and using them. While spectators will still use traditional tickets, participants in the......
Tokyo 2020 Olympics will use facial recognition to identify athletes, officials & journalists – One World Identity
Entry to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo could be more convenient and more secure thanks to the utilization of facial recognition technology, preventing authorized...Read More
Mark Karpeles, the former chief executive of failed bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox, appeared in court this week accused of spending $3 million worth of...Read More
A new report shows a huge divide in internet trust among Asian countries, with some of the region’s most advanced economies proving the most...Read More
Governments in the Asia-Pacific are outpacing other regions in adopting biometric and advanced identity analytics technology, according to a new report. Accenture’s Emerging Technologies in...Read More