Google Patent Allows Facial Expressions To Unlock Phones

Google Patent Allows Facial Expressions To Unlock Phones
technology

People would be able to make faces in place of a password, with the system confirming identity by their actions as well as their looks.

Emma Hutchings
  • 7 june 2013

Google has filed a patent that would let people make faces instead of entering a password when unlocking their Android phone or tablet. This system would confirm someone’s identity not only by their looks but also by their actions.

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