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“If you give me your butt a few seconds, I’ll turn it into a useful piece of information.” If that quote doesn’t entice you to listen to this episode, nothing will. Martin Zizi is the CEO and founder of the biometrics company Aerendir. The big idea: measure the micro-vibrations from a person’s body to authenticate the person’s brain.
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With advances in biometric technology, the human body becomes the key to the vehicle and the challenge of authentication steps up a gear.
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When dealing with airport and border security, we need databases, we need to share information and we need law enforcement. However, for day-to-day authentication use cases like IoT, we should resort to physiologic biometrics that rely on unique live signals. Such live signals allow for effective authentication while at the same time protecting privacy and democracy.
“It takes two flints to a make a fire.” This quote describes how I envision physiologic biometrics enabling blockchain success. Blockchain restores trust by putting it in the hands of many instead of relying on a centralized entity, which gives it the potential to become one of the most important breakthroughs of our time. This trust can then be used to share and store legal, medical, financial or personal information.
Facial recognition, gait analysis, and behavioral, palm, and voice biometrics are some of today's cutting-edge biometric technologies that can help identify and authenticate users.
The interview begins with an overview of NeuroPrint from Zizi, explaining how proprioception is used for identity and authentication purposes, and revealing the elegant inspiration behind the technology. The conversation moves to discuss the benefits of physiological biometrics like NeuroPrint, before delving into the cloudless technology behind Aerendir’s mobile authentication solution. The talk ends with Pozzi detailing the vertical markets Aerendir is targeting with NeuroPrint, shedding light on its applications in banking, mobile access, IoT, and proof-of-humanity scenarios.
A new Silicon Valley firm is taking a new approach to mobile biometric authentication. Called Aerendir, the company specializes in what it calls ‘Touch Technology’ based on, as its website explains, “proprioceptive neurophysiology.”