Walk this way: Researchers claim new authentication technology based on the way people walk

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Walk this way: Researchers claim new authentication technology based on the way people walk
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Walk this way: Researchers claim new authentication technology based on the way people walk

Could walking become the latest form of biometric authentication?

A research institute in Australia has devised a novel method of device authentication - based on the way people walk.  The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) cl...

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