Friday, May 21, 2004

Credit your Voice

Smart Mobs connects to a Nytimes article on a new credit card security feature which works with your voice.

Enclosed in the card is a tiny microphone, a loudspeaker and a chip with voice recognition chip. To use the card, its owner must speak a password, which the chip compares with a sample recorded on the card. If the voices match, the card emits a set of beeps that authorize the transaction over the telephone or through a microphone on the shopper's computer. If the voiceprints don't agree, the card will not beep.

This is the next level of technology security and certainly lowers the RISK.


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