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In this podcast, we will have a discussion with Laura Thomi on the following social impacts that Biometric Technology has upon the countries of the world: *At the current development of biometrics; what combination of biometrics would provide the highest/safest utilization for individuals? *Do you think in the future individuals will hold their own data on a smart card (or something equivalent save) to have a better data security? *Do you see any threads to women rights knowing that some algorithms in biometrics have a gender bias? *What is your prediction on biometrics and border security in the coming years? *What biometrics will be implemented and what influence will they have on our mobility and data security?
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