2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
The Cupertino-based company has patented a technology that allows all types of devices with biometric sensors to be combined into a kind of a single network. It is sufficient for a registered user to log in using any of them to gain access to information stored on all other devices.
The patent application was filed on August 31, 2012, the authors of the development are Chang Zhang and Qing Liu. The technology is named "Wireless Pairing and Communication Between Devices Using Biometric Data." This one is distinguished from similar systems by a wide range of those same biometric indicators, which include almost everything that helps to identify a specific person. More precisely, the system has no restrictions on the types and number of such data packets.
Some of them do not yet exist in nature, at least they certainly do not exist in serial Apple devices. In fairness, it should be noted that the company currently has only one proven sensor, the Touch ID sensor in the iPhone 5S. However, the iPad's larger body allows you to integrate an entire palm scanner into it, and the iMac, for example, can be equipped with a sensitive audio voice recognition system. Retinal scans, gait recognition, body fluid analyzer - different types of gadgets are supplied with those modules that are more appropriate.
However, all individual devices are part of a common system with a biometric authorization mechanism. The technology allows you to flexibly configure the number of levels of verification to protect specific information. For example, a user can close access to public messengers on a smartphone with only a fingerprint, and for business correspondence, add retinal pattern reading and facial scanning. A fitness gadget can only be used by the one whose blood sample is recorded in the device's memory - in order to avoid a failure of settings for fine adjustment of monitoring of this person's health. But the activation of the smart assistant Siri on all devices, without exception, is better done by a simple voice command - in order to instantly give orders.
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