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Behavior-Based Authentication: Smartphones will monitor how workers walk, type and “Spend their free time”

Behavior-Based Authentication: Smartphones will monitor how workers walk, type and “Spend their free time”

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Forget Face ID: a collaboration between the Defense Department and a NY-based company called TWOSENSE.AI, has birthed an artificial intelligence algorithm that could be embedded in smartphones and will be able to identify the device owner by the way they talk, type, walk and even by how “they spend their free time”. TWOSENSE.AI is working with the Department of Defense to build a SaaS product that could eventually replace access cards currently used to verify the identities of DOD employees when logging onto the department’s networks. The AI constantly monitors the user’s behavior, including how they carry the device, type on it and even walk. The system then automatically verifies the user’s identity using these parameters, enabling them to work seamlessly on their secure network without having to login each time.
Source: Behavior-Based Authentication: Smartphones will monitor how workers walk, type and “Spend their free time”

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