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The KidneyX initiative launched its second phase for innovating dialysis care.
TSA is looking to move beyond traditional security screening methods to increase efficiency and decrease wait times.
Identification through DNA and facial recognition assists in law enforcement and disaster-relief efforts.
The Department of Homeland Security is still considering AI kiosks at border control and customs checkpoints.
Traveling could get easier and faster with fingerprint scans and facial recognition technology.
A mix of sensors and AI, networks or buildings could soon know who you are without you having to tell them.
Most survey respondents say yes, though millennials and women express more qualms.
A person’s posterior is as good an identifier as anything — as long as a seat has sensors.
But these technologies are still limited in what they can do.