On the Pulse Conversation: What are the consequences of and controls for biometrics in the real world?
23 February-31 December
On the Pulse Conversation: What are the consequences of and controls for biometrics in the real world? is now available to Biometrics Institute members on-demand here.
The Biometrics Institute aims to deliver content to its members in a timely and concise format. The past 18 months have demonstrated that the online meeting place allows our members to connect globally and discuss important topics as and when the conversation is most needed.
Social implications of new use cases for biometrics: What are the consequences of and controls for biometrics in the real world?
Ramifications in the real world is a topic covered in our State of Biometrics Report. and was voted as a topic of high interest at the 2021 Biometrics Institute Congress.
What does the existence of biometric technology (and the potential future widespread availability thereof) mean for a world embracing digital identity?
What is certain is that biometrics have an important role to play and what we can influence is that the technology serves us humans rather than exploits us. This session will look at the following areas:
- Widespread availability of facial recognition – what are the implications of that?
- Mobile inclusion – what does that mean for people without mobile devices?
- Digital surveillance – how do we manage that concern?
- Identity recovery – what do we need to consider?
Confirmed speakers include:
- Brett Feldon, Head of Digital Identity Group, Biometrics Institute
- Darren Bark, Chief Executive Officer, NSW Jewish Board of Deputies, Australia and Director, Biometrics Institute
- Mick O’Connell, Member of Future Direction Group, Biometrics Institute
- Steven Wright, Principal Policy Adviser, High Priority Inquiries – Policy Projects, UK Information Commissioner’s Office and Member of Future Direction Group, Biometrics Institute
- Ted Dunstone, Co-head of Technology and Innovation Group, Biometrics Institute