The National Institute of Standards and Technology and two other federal agencies report that computer error rates in facial recognition have been reduced 50% since 2000. Today's best facial recognition systems offer a 90% verification probability, comparable to fingerprint matching technologies of 1998. The findings? Older people and males, in general, are easier to recognize than young people, and females overall. Visit www.frvt.org for the full report.
We’ve collected photos of “dream cars” from the Geneva Motor Show, as well as from the recent auto shows in Detroit and Chicago. From Maserati and Lamborghini to Chevy and Toyota, we offer a few of the recent standouts.
Boston-based Cambrian Innovation has developed a solution called EcoVolt that uses bioelectrochemistry to treat wastewater so it can be turned into electricity. The company is targeting the beverage industry to convert waste from making beer and wine into energy breweries and wineries can use to run their operations.
CRP Technology has 3D-printed a 1:14 scale model of a yacht in carbon fiber composites to demonstrate the possibilities and give a boost to boat design. The material and process are also used for under-hood motorsport applications and in aerospace.