1Voice Biometric Hackathon Spurs Development of New Apps
Real-time, physical-space game Campus Claim has two components: a mobile application users can run on their personal devices and custom-built IoT devices located around a physical location, like a college campus. These devices are powered by a Raspberry Pi to verify an ID card and voice input for users to win points in a conquer-style game.
Crypto Chat is a Chrome Extension and iOS keyboard that manages all the behind-the-scenes work that makes end-to-end encryption possible, and it automatically encrypts and decrypts messages while handling the generation of new keys. The Knurld API verifies that users are who they say they are in order to access this key library.
5Hotel Room Access
7Biometric Lock Screen
9Biometric Cash Box
Biometric Cashbox digitally locks and unlocks using both voice and facial recognition. When users try to open the cash box, they first press a button, then say three phrases provided by Knurld and smile for a photograph. The cash box registers their credentials with Knurld and their face impression with Microsoft Oxford AI APIs and then provides or denies access.
Due to the lack of security in many medical systems, records are often sent and requested via hard copy. But with SecureRecord, users can safely upload, receive and send medical records using a back end that is built in Node.js using MongoDB as its database and Knurld voice authentication as a security layer.
Vita is an educational app that enables kids to learn mathematics in a creative way. The app can be communicated with through voice and handwriting and uses machine-learning technology to improve on recognizing both over time.