Blind Eye Turned to Iris Scan

Bruno, Mark
July 2002
Bank Technology News;Jul2002, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p24
Trade Publication
Reports that banks in the United States have postponed the use of iris scan to identify customers using automated teller machines. Failure of the biometrics firms Sensar and IriScan to make progress in the financial services industry; Industries other than banks targeted as customers by another firm, Iridian; Usefulness of personal identification numbers.


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