Top 12 Ways Biometric Technology can Support Healthcare

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One day, you won’t need keys or passwords to get into buildings, use electronic equipment, or even enter a country. Instead, you’ll use biometric technology like your fingerprint, face, or retina to get in. Even though fingerprints have been used to identify people for hundreds of years, biometric technology is now being used in industries like finance and transportation. Alphonse Bertillon, a French anthropologist, was the one who came up with the idea for modern biometrics. In 1879, he came up with The Bertillon System, in which police took pictures of criminals and wrote down what made them…

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