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voiceprint

A sample of a person's voice to be used for voice recognition or security systems.
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Since the voiceprint repository builds as more inmates are enrolled, Voice IQ provides investigators with a powerful research tool that grows with their needs and as inmate voice prints are added, potentially extending to the over 1.
Although some courts continue to admit voiceprint analysis, its use in the courtroom has declined.
As part of the alliance, Visa and Vocent will explore opportunities to use Vocent's voiceprint authentication solutions to benefit Visa's member financial institutions, merchants and cardholders and to explore ways to bring Vocent technology, products and systems to an international audience.
Selection of a password is left with the user, and for security reasons the department retains no password information other than the digitized voiceprint.
Instead, when you call an RBC Contact Centre, your voiceprint which is unique to each individual is matched to your live voice in real time , within seconds of your call.
Additionally, voice recognition, which identifies the voiceprint identity of an individual user, will also be a key growth area for mobile device interfaces.
Millis said with the SolPass technology solution, a user is allowed server access only after a biometrically-enabled credential for each user C a retinal scan, fingerprint, facial recognition or voiceprint C is further secured by a technology that encrypts each access session so that not even the user knows his or her encrypted password.
Nuance voice biometrics securely identifies each individual through their unique voiceprint, and eliminates the hassle of remembering and typing passwords and PINs," said Anil Kumar, director for sales at Nuance Communication Middle East, Central and East Europe, Russia-CIS, Balkans, Turkey and North Africa.
Voice verification is the process of comparing a voice sample with a stored, digital voice model, or voiceprint, for the purpose of verifying identity.
Each time a user supplies a password it is compared with the voiceprint on the database before the system decides whether the transaction can be approved.
To use the system, staff and students must first create a voiceprint by speaking a password into a telephone receiver that's linked to a computer.
Dragon ID brings even more intelligence to a device by enabling it to know who you are by the sound of your voice, or more specifically, your voiceprint.