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Amazon Doorbell Camera Identify ‘suspicious’ people by their face, voice and smell

Ailan Evans

Amazon was recently granted 17 patents for biometric doorbell technology that analyzes a person’s face, voice, skin texture, and odor.

Ring, AmazonThe doorbell and home monitoring business, was awarded a patent in July for facial recognition technology that integrates with a doorbell camera that recognizes faces and notifies homeowners who is at the door, according to the filing. first profile. report by Business Insider. The technology is intended to “identify and/or authenticate a suspicious person or person authorized to perform certain actions involving expensive property or collateral,” according to the filing.

Another patented technology for “Neighborhood Alert Mode” allows customers to send notifications to their neighbors if they detect a suspicious person, thus allowing neighbors to prompt the doorbell to ring. Their recording started. The patent uses biometric recognition technology including facial recognition and scanning of palm, eye, gait, voice and smell.

A patent was granted in September 2020 for doorbell camera technology that captures different parts of a person’s face and creates an artificial composite image based on the component parts, Business Insider news. The technology is intended to “assist law enforcement in catching the perpetrators of home burglaries and other crimes”.

The ring is now cooperate with thousands of law enforcement agencies and departments around the country, and the company regularly assists with investigations.

Facial recognition technology has been used by several governments around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic to track and control the spread of the virus. Australia deployment One home quarantine app used this technology in conjunction with location tracking software to make sure quarantined people didn’t leave their homes.

Similarly, Korea has used facial recognition technology in an experimental project to survey infected citizens and track their movements to identify individuals they may have come into contact with.

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