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The technical answer to is this security unbreakable? is "no". The primary reason is that biometric attributes are not secrets. Some are easily duplicated, like fingerprints, or images of faces. Some are harder to spoof, like irises. But once a biometric attribute is captured, it can be replayed. And biometric attributes are fixed. If a user's attribute ...


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According the first paper, running is not a problem. That was the purpose. Only there is a limitation on the maximum weights: Currently the limitation on the architecture embedded in this microcontroller is limited only by the number of weights needed. The neural network is currently limited to 256 weights. However for ...


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From Amazon publish: "Submit two photos for a second opinion on which outfit looks best on you based on fit, color, styling, and current trends. Over time, these decisions get smarter through your feedback and input from our team of experienced fashion specialists." So, they want to give their two best choices and from them machine will guess with wisdom ...


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First, the quote seems to have been about securing mobile devices, not about "an IoT network of diverse sensors", but some lessons can perhaps still be drawn. Unlike with a mobile device, an "IoT network" of sensors tends to imply that they aren't all in the same place, so a user likely can't be expected to qualify in the judgement of all of them at once. ...


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