The National Institute of Standards and Technology has announced the release of new research data that will aid assessments of biometric identification accuracy. The data, which includes facial photographs, along with fingerprint and iris scans, has been cleared of personally identifiable information. "This all gets back to reproducible research," NIST Computer Scientist Greg Fiumara said. "The data will help anyone who is interested in testing the error rates of biometric identification systems."
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