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    “Everyone’s true colors show eventually”- well- known metaphor, which explains that people cannot hide their true nature for too long, eventually something will give away their true feelings. Imagine if no one would be able to hide his feelings or intentions, how would the world change- for better or worse? With the newest technology’s advances, it is possible and the study which tries to analyze what gives away one’s true feelings is micro-expressions. Micro-expressions are rapid involuntary facial expressions which reveal one 's genuine emotions people trying to disguise (Zhang P., 2016). Micro-expressions cannot be faked unlike regular face expressions. Micro-expressions last only for a small part of a second and they cannot be detected…

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    your voice into digital data by sampling the sound. The higher the sampling and precision rates, the higher the quality. “1 For the speech recognition to work your smart phone is always listening to you speak, waiting for you to say that special command. A number of individuals find this to be disturbing, they feel like they have no privacy even in the comfort of their own home. While this use of biometrics might be a little disturbing there are other biometric scanners that are not as…

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    Matthew, I am curious to know if actually, we did not hear about the stolen identity as much because we did not have social media back then or if we did not have it. I completely agree with you that this generation is desensitized to the privacy of the digital world and the ramifications that could happen. However, I am not entirely sold on the idea of the RFID or the facial recognition idea even though they do have some good component to them as well. I know several people that have their…

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    weapon they use is Facial Recognition. I think it is an important criminal justice issue that criminals are sometimes a step ahead of law enforcement. But with this. Technology, law enforcement can be a step ahead of them What is Facial Recognition, and What Does It Do? Facial recognition is under the category of biometrics. Biometrics is a wide- ranging technology. It measures people 's traits like faces and body movements. It is surprising how facial recognition works. There are a lot of…

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    CHAPTER-1 INTRODUCTION OVERVIEW Multimodal biometric face and fingerprint recognition using XOR configuration system based on adaptive principal component analysis and multilayer perception. Multimodal biometric is a combination of physiological and behavioral characteristics into a single biometric system. The important cause to combine singular traits is to get improve recognition rate and accurate result. This is done when feature and trait of biometric are statistically independent. The…

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    performed was facial recognition on the video feed taken from the grocery store. According to Bonsor & Johnson (2001), with facial recognition computers can track landmarks of a human face on images and discern where the face is. It can then go on to try to compare those landmarks to pictures stored in whatever database that facial recognition software is connected to. In this case, detectives on Motive had the footage from the grocery store ran through their facial recognition software and…

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    Surveillance has presented numerous challenges to the right of privacy. There is a need to develop a high technology surveillance system that will come with great benefits without intrusion. With new advances in technology each day, it is becoming easier to communicate with each other. Yet with all these new forms of communication there have been unpleasant side effects, since this new advanced technology is not only for harmless interactions between one another it is also used to plot against…

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    private computers. Further, surveillance techniques include Location technologies such as GPS’s. The government can reportedly hack into a car or phones GPS and receive the location of any individual they're seeking. Although many technological advancements have helped make everyday life easier it has subsequently created a world with no privacy. Wide-area surveillance, which involves the use of manned aircraft’s that have cameras, attached to them that allow police to watch and play back the…

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    face detection is only about 50 years. From 1964 to 1990, face detection is treated as part of common object-class detection. The main function used in face detection is geometric feature based. This technical function focuses much on profile of human face. How to extract information from face profile determines the performance of face detection at that time. Even artificial neural net is once used in detecting human face. Secondary state of face detection is from 1991 to 1997. In this period,…

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    There are many assumptions that exist implying that multi-biometrics present a great inconvenience to the user.the assumptions stem from the fact that in order to be enrolled in a system the user must subdue multitude of scans and stored a significant amount of biometric data in a repository. It is also no secret that this amount of information on a large number of individuals presents a very likely target for identity thieves thus creating additional privacy concerns for the users. The greatest…

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