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voice·print

 (vois′prĭnt′)
n.
A graphic representation of an electronic recording of a person's voice, uniquely characteristic of the individual speaker.

voiceprint

(ˈvɔɪsˌprɪnt)
n
(Electronics) a graphic representation of a person's voice recorded electronically, usually having time plotted along the horizontal axis and the frequency of the speech on the vertical axis

voice•print

(ˈvɔɪsˌprɪnt)

n.
a graphic representation of a person's voice, showing the component frequencies as analyzed by a sound spectrograph.
[1960–65]
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Noun1.voiceprint - biometric identification by electronically recording and graphically representing a person's voice; "voiceprints are uniquely characteristic of individual speakers"
biometric authentication, biometric identification, identity verification - the automatic identification of living individuals by using their physiological and behavioral characteristics; "negative identification can only be accomplished through biometric identification"; "if a pin or password is lost or forgotten it can be changed and reissued but a biometric identification cannot"
Translations

voiceprint

[ˈvɔɪsˌprɪnt] Nimpresión f vocal
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The situation is most evident in Illinois, which adopted its Biometric Information Privacy Act more than a decade ago to regulate the collection and use of a person's "biometric identifiers" including face or retina scans, fingerprints and voiceprints. The law requires firms to notify customers and employees before collecting any biometric data and impose limits on the use and sale of the data.
Combining all these technologies is used for automatically creating and maintaining a watchlist of fraudster voices (also referred to as voiceprints) from the suspicious interactions.
"Alexa routinely records and voiceprints millions of children without their consent or the consent of their parents," the Seattle suit said, describing Amazon's practice of retaining "a permanent recording of the user's voice", [Reference Link]:[https://www.seattletimes.com/business/amazon/suit-alleges-amazons-alexa-violates-laws-by-recording-childrens-voices-without-consent/?utm_content=bufferba38e&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=owned_buffer_tw_m]
"Amazon has been working on individual voiceprints, so not everyone has access to a home system," says Kevin Kelly, president of digital advertising agency Bigbuzz Marketing Group.
To enhance the security of stored samples, the user may be asked to repeat pre-recorded voiceprints randomly.
Companies need to get permission in writing before they can collect biometric identifiers like fingerprints, voiceprints or scans of facial geometry.
What should concern us, beyond fake news, is fake reality -- images of events that never happened, voiceprints of speeches that were never delivered, phone calls that were never made, texts that were never sent.
The key idea of this work is that using matching layer score assists decision layer in fusing fingerprints and voiceprints aiming at recovering identity information lost in decision layer and, besides, overcoming the above problems caused by fixed weights.
There are various type of these biometrics, such as fingerprints, (https://theconversation.com/facial-recognition-is-increasingly-common-but-how-does-it-work-61354) facial recognition , iris scanning and (https://theconversation.com/protecting-your-smartphone-from-voice-impersonators-79070) voiceprints .
The match-in-sensor architecture for embedded speaker verification has been proven with fingerprint biometrics, but was previously unfeasible for voice biometrics because of the cost, complexity and vulnerabilities associated with acquiring voiceprints using traditional acoustic technology.