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DHS' Biometrics Programs now has the green light

serfserf Member Posts: 7,514 ✭✭✭


It might be a year old story old but you can bet by now it's effects are in full action with procedures to track everyone,especially after the Wuhan viruis pandemic and it never going back to the way it was,

serf

https://www.nextgov.com/it-modernization/2019/10/legacy-systems-held-dhs-biometrics-programs-back-not-anymore/160347/

The new cloud-based platform, called the Homeland Advanced Recognition Technology System, or HART, is expected to bring more processing power, new analytics capabilities and increased accuracy to the department’s biometrics operations. It will also allow the agency to look beyond the three types of biometric data it uses today—face, iris and fingerprint—to identify people through a variety of other characteristics, like palm prints, scars, tattoos, physical markings and even their voices.

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