The World’s First Artificial Nano-Neuron with Voice Recognition Capabilities

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Researchers from the Joint Physics Unit CNRS/Thales, the Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies Centre (CNRS/Universite Paris Sud), in collaboration with American and Japanese researchers, have developed the world’s first artificial nano-neuron with the ability to recognise numbers spoken by different individuals.

Mining Botnets are Back

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The Kaspersky Lab Anti-Malware Research team has identified two botnets made of computers infected with malware, which silently installs cryptocurrency miners – legitimate software used to create (“mine”) virtual currencies based on blockchain technology.

New Technology is FIRST to Decipher ‘Deeper’ Human Personality Traits in Real Time

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Human, pioneer in Artificial Emotional Intelligence (AEI), has developed new ground breaking software that has the ability to read subliminal facial expressions and convert these into a range of emotions and specific characteristic traits in real time. 

Mobile and Single Sign-on Access Pose Biggest Risk to Future ID Verification and Fraud Prevention

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Research launched by Callcredit Information Group, reveals that whilst 73% of fraud professionals think mobile devices will be the key facilitator of identification in the future, over half (60%) feel that they will present the biggest single point of compromise for fraud in the future.

An (un)documented Feature

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Kaspersky Lab experts have discovered a feature in popular document-creation software that has been abused by attackers to launch successful targeted attacks.

Leti and Partners in PiezoMAT Project Develop New Fingerprint Technology for Highly Reliable Security and ID Applications

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Leti announce that the European R&D project known as PiezoMAT has developed a pressure-based fingerprint sensor that enables resolution more than twice as high as currently required by the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

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