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Facial recognition will cover 97 percent of US departing airline passengers within four years

  Biometric Exit is already used at 15 US airports The Department of Homeland Security says it expects to use facial recognition technology on 97 percent of departing passengers within the next four years. The system, which involves photographing passengers before they board their flight, first started rolling out in 2017, and was operational in 15 US airports as of the end of 2018. Facial recognition has identified 7,000 passengers who’ve overstayed their visas The…

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Modernizing rules to make 5G a reality

Modernizing rules to make 5G a reality

This article was originally published to the Nokia blog by Marc Vancoppenolle on December 10, 2018. In high-traffic areas like city centers, networks will become much denser to provide excellent customer experience. e all have heard about the many benefits the Fourth Industrial Revolution will bring: revolutionizing existing industries and creating new ones, delivering a new productivity jump and creating more efficiencies, and by this, giving a boost to our economy. On the societal front, the Fourth…

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Bitcoin Bloodbath Nears Dot-Com Levels as Tokens Hit Zero

ITCOIN’S meteoric rise last year had many observers calling it one of the biggest speculative manias in history. The cryptocurrency’s 2018 crash may help cement its place in the bubble record books.   Down about 70 percent from its December high after sliding for a fourth straight day on Friday, Bitcoin is getting ever-closer to matching the Nasdaq Composite Index’s 78 percent peak-to-trough plunge after the U.S. dot-com bubble burst. Hundreds of other virtual coins…

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Ranks of Millennial Biz Travelers Growing

08/11/2014 To twist a famous Mark Twain quote, facts about the lives of millennials have been greatly exaggerated. Or have they? Here is what we do know: By 2020, 50% of the U.S. workforce will be under the age of 32, and millennials will make up half of all business travelers. Recent studies of this demographic group—those born between 1980 and 2000—show they will travel more, spend more and continue to increase their use of…

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How voice search will impact travel marketing

  |February 21st, 2018   Did you know that 40% of US adults use voice search per day? According to Search Engine Watch, people now perform 35 times more voice searches on Google than in 2008. Nowadays, speech recognition technology is more precise—with only an 8% error rate! How voice search will impact travel marketing Have you also noticed that many consumers have recently bought devices that use voice searches? In fact, 2017 was the year that voice…

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