"Cyberspace has become an increasingly attractive hunting ground for criminals, activists and terrorists motivated to make money, get noticed, cause disruption or even bring down corporations and governments through online attacks." (wired)
A new computer program can recognize people’s emotions based on how they type, paving the way for computers that could one day be smarter than humans — a concept called “the singularity.”
Britain’s ePassport gates are now processing more passengers with facial recognition than any other country in the world, according to a UK Border Force (UKBF) official.
When third generation ePassport gates are installed at London City Airport in September, it will be bring the number of biometrics entry devices to over 100 ePassport gates, operating at 12 of Britain’s busiest airports, said Sir Charles Montgomery, Director General, Border Force.