Anil Jain

You Can Finally Track Lemurs With Facial Recognition

You Can Finally Track Lemurs With Facial Recognition

Researchers are hoping that facial recognition could be used to help study lemurs and ultimately assist in conservation efforts for the endangered animals, reports MSU Today. It turns out that the same principles of biometric identification used to identify humans can also be applied to lemurs – and now they have. Renowned biometrics expert Anil…

Research Suggests Biometric Identification Could Improve Pediatric Care

Research Suggests Biometric Identification Could Improve Pediatric Care

One of the world’s most renowned biometrics experts is championing the use of fingerprint recognition in pediatric care. In a recent study funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Michigan State University professor Anil Jain lead a research team to see if they could accurately identify six-month old babies using fingerprint biometrics. Their results…

Researcher Who Helped Police Hack Into Smartphone Gets Engineering Distinction

Researcher Who Helped Police Hack Into Smartphone Gets Engineering Distinction

Renowned biometrics expert Anil Jain has been elected a Foreign Fellow by the Indian National Academy of Engineering. The distinction is bestowed to only five individuals each year, and was offered to Jain in recognition of his “eminence and outstanding accomplishments in engineering and technology.” Currently a researcher with Michigan State University, Jain was in…