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Biometric Intelligence in Automated Border Control Applications: From Talking Faces to Talking Robots

Originální název

Biometric Intelligence in Automated Border Control Applications: From Talking Faces to Talking Robots

Anglický název

Biometric Intelligence in Automated Border Control Applications: From Talking Faces to Talking Robots

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Biometric-based intelligence in Automated Border Control (ABC) applications concerns the problem of balancing human and machine functions in border crossing technologies. The focus of this paper is intelligent human-machine interfacing of behavior biometrics which seems will play important role in future generation of ABC systems. Various pilot ABC projects uses the "talking face" technology. We suggest further improvement based on "talking robot" technology: while interviewing the traveler, a humanoid robot recognizes faces and expressions, verifies the e-passports and the traveler (using his/her biometrics), operates with a watchlist (database), generates cognitive questions and analyzed answers, detects features of plastic surgery in infrared band, measures temperature and blood pressure. Various part of such technology have been implemented, and the feasibility of assembling such multi-functional system in the form of a robot is to be studied and understood.

Anglický abstrakt

Biometric-based intelligence in Automated Border Control (ABC) applications concerns the problem of balancing human and machine functions in border crossing technologies. The focus of this paper is intelligent human-machine interfacing of behavior biometrics which seems will play important role in future generation of ABC systems. Various pilot ABC projects uses the "talking face" technology. We suggest further improvement based on "talking robot" technology: while interviewing the traveler, a humanoid robot recognizes faces and expressions, verifies the e-passports and the traveler (using his/her biometrics), operates with a watchlist (database), generates cognitive questions and analyzed answers, detects features of plastic surgery in infrared band, measures temperature and blood pressure. Various part of such technology have been implemented, and the feasibility of assembling such multi-functional system in the form of a robot is to be studied and understood.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT111594,
  author="Shawn {Eastwood} and Vlad. {Shmerko} and Svetlana {Yanushkevich} and Martin {Drahanský}",
  title="Biometric Intelligence in Automated Border Control Applications: From Talking Faces to Talking Robots",
  annote="Biometric-based intelligence in Automated Border Control (ABC) applications
concerns the problem of balancing human and machine functions in border crossing
technologies. The focus of this paper is intelligent human-machine interfacing of
behavior biometrics which seems will play important role in future generation of
ABC systems. Various pilot ABC projects uses the "talking face" technology. We
suggest further improvement based on "talking robot" technology: while
interviewing the traveler, a humanoid robot recognizes faces and expressions,
verifies the e-passports and the traveler (using his/her biometrics), operates
with a watchlist (database), generates cognitive questions and analyzed answers,
detects features of plastic surgery in infrared band, measures temperature and
blood pressure. Various part of such technology have been implemented, and the
feasibility of assembling such multi-functional system in the form of a robot is
to be studied and understood.",
  address="IEEE Computer Society",
  booktitle="Proceedings of IIAI 3rd International Conference on Advanced Applied Informatics",
  chapter="111594",
  doi="10.1109/IIAI-AAI.2014.154",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="IEEE Computer Society",
  year="2014",
  month="august",
  pages="763--768",
  publisher="IEEE Computer Society",
  type="conference paper"
}