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It may be possible to identify people from the way they breathe

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The air turbulence created when breathing could be used as an effective biometric test for unlocking smartphones or other devices – one with the morbid advantage that, unlike other tests such as a fingerprint scan, it cannot be passed by a dead person.

Mahesh Panchagnula at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, and his colleagues started experimenting with breathing data recorded by an air pressure sensor out of curiosity. They had hoped that an AI model could interpret…

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