Explore developments in physiologic biometric authentication technology
Advancements with Ted Danson will explore breakthroughs in neural tapping technologies that will revolutionize the way we interact with the connected world during 3Q/2020. Check your local listings for more information.
This segment of Advancements will focus on Aerendir Mobile Inc., pioneer developers of a novel interface that connects the human brain to mobile devices. This process called neural tapping ushers in a new era filled with innumerable new products and applications. Aerendir is one of the few companies that offer an ecosystem at the intersection of AI, biometrics, and hardware that puts the user in control. With Aerendir, for the first time, our body becomes the password.
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Viewers will learn how Aerendir is using a live physiological signal to transform the body into both a password and a protective shield against data misuse. The show will also explore Aerendir’s neurophysiology-based platform applied to the following use cases: to detect bot amplification used to spread disinformation, to encrypt private information from your mobile device, to access facilities and devices, to collect relevant market research without disclosing personally identifiable information, to measure user engagement and enhance user experience without resulting in mass surveillance, and to provide strong authentication to any online financial transaction.
“Aerendir’s sophisticated yet frictionless technology has deep real-world implications. The human brain can authenticate you as the unique and legitimate user of a bank account, while at the same time never revealing your identity, plus encrypting your data,” said Dr. Martin Zizi, Founder and CEO of Aerendir Mobile Inc. “With users controlling their own data, we reverse the client-server relationship and turn the Cloud into the Mist® — this Mist® is a safety bubble made up of connected devices centered around the user.”
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Audiences will see how Aerendir’s technology renders systemic hacking near-impossible and makes single system spoofing impossible.
“Since each brain is unique, Aerendir built a physiologic biometric technology that captures live signals from the nervous system, using its effects on muscle vibrations to provide identity assurance,” said Brett Ferrigan, senior producer for DMG Productions and the Advancements series. “We look forward to exploring this technology on our show.”
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