Cognitive Fingerprints Biometric Behavioral Identification System

The US military is investing millions of dollars in a Cognitive Fingerprints that could replace traditional Internet access codes.Cognitive Fingerprints brain

As reported by Sky News, the US military has signed a multimillion-dollar deal with researchers at the West Point military academy. The team of researchers is working on the so-called "cognitive fingerprints" , the Cognitive Fingerprints, which not only use the physical characteristics of one's identification but also the characteristics of the behavior.

West Point researchers are hoping to develop cognitive fingerprint algorithms that learn to recognize patterns of behavior based on how someone uses their mobile device. This means that the algorithm will recognize how someone is handling the smartphone screen, and how it moves the cursor. All these templates are identified and applied to verify the identity of the user.

In a paper the researchers explain:

"Just like when you touch something with your finger you leave a fingerprint behind, when you interact with technology you create a pattern of behaviors based on how your mind processes information. So you leave behind the "cognitive fingerprints."

If the project is successfully deployed, this identification technology appears to be much safer than traditional passwords or the most recent two-factor verification.

The army hopes Cognitive Fingerprints can be developed and implemented in encrypted data communications on its service networks as part of the Defense Research Projects Agency (DARPA) programs.

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