No one likes typing their password, especially those long and complex ones most secure systems require today. So, when fingerprint and face ID became standard on portable devices in recent years, many of us eagerly embraced the new technology and didn’t look back. Their use has expanded into the workplace as well, with many employers requiring employee fingerprints for things like clocking in and out or gaining access to a factory floor.
Biometric recognition systems like these offer an easy way to log in to our devices and various services without the hassle of typing in a series of numbers. The uniqueness of our faces, fingerprints and retinas makes them perfectly suited for quickly and accurately verifying our identities using this technology.
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