Fortune tellers of old would, for a small fee, read your palm and attempt to predict your future. Today, there is another kind of palm reading, powered by technology, which seeks to confirm your identity. Your palm is unique: that particular combination of veins, lines and creases is like no other. That makes it a prime candidate for use in the field of biometrics, joining other techniques such as fingerprint, facial and voice recognition. Your palm could be used to usher you through passport control, enter the office, pay for goods and much else. But as these biometric techniques accumulate, concern is growing about weak security and the long-term effect on personal privacy.
Such systems may be convenient, but are they wise?
Palm ID is already being used in a few places around the world, including Jeju International Airport in South Korea. But last week, global giant Amazon
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Sep 28, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
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