faceprint

faceprint

(ˈfeɪsˌprɪnt)
n
(Computer Science) a digitally recorded representation of a person's face that can be used for security purposes because it is as individual as a fingerprint
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Unlike a password, an individual's faceprint is permanent, public, and uniquely identifies its owner," wrote Franken.
These nodal points are measured creating a numerical code, called a faceprint, representing the face in the database.
Discussing the project, Colonel Barakat Al Kandi who was heading the Emirati delegation in the British capital, said it was unique in that combines eyeprint, faceprint, and decimal print.
Pam Dixon, founder and executive director of the World Privacy Forum, a public interest group, says that inappropriate uses are creeping up on consumers because they don't yet recognize how powerful a simple faceprint can be.
The building needs all verification factors; this mean: username, password, biometric autentization data (fingerprint, faceprint, etc.
Illinois and West Virginia also have turned their driver's license bureaus into mandatory faceprint collection points.
Uses face recognition technology to compare 80 facial characteristics in a person's faceprint to a database of suspect terrorists and criminals Heathrow airport, London:
FaceIt[R] can capture a facial image and convert it into a unique digital code called a faceprint, which is transmitted to a server for authentication.
Faceprint systems, previously thought too complex and expensive, have been successfully developed following the availability of low-cost chip cameras and "fuzzy logic" techniques like neural networking.