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(Studio: Don Lemon) Report introduced.
(No location given: Laurie Segall) The growing trend of biometric security featured; details given about how iris scanning is catching on at colleges and schools; scenes shown of elementary school kids scanning their eyes on a school bus and an airport scanner. [Winthrop University James HAMMOND†- says iris scanning has a high level of accuracy.] [Winthrop University nursery school parent Page BOWDEN†- says the level of security is a comfort.] [BlinkSpot vice president Michael HAGAN†- says when the child enters or exits the bus, the parent will get an e-mail or text message, the child’s photograph, a Google map and the time & date.] [Eyelock chief marketing officer Anthony ANTOLINO†- says our algorithms will find the best images of right & left eye.] [Winthrop University parent Don KESTERSON†- wonders where the database is going to go.]
(Studio: Don Lemon, Laurie Segall) The current work by Eyelock and rumors that Apple’s new iPhone will have a fingerprint scanner discussed.
- Lemon, Don;
- Segall, Laurie;
- Laurie, Don Lemon,
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