The Daily Mail
The phone that can identify you from the way you WALK: All-knowing smartphones that monitor EVERY movement is developed for the Pentagon
'Bosses could soon be monitoring employees even in their spare time, if developments at the US's Department of Defense (DOD) are anything to go by.
A New-York based startup has been awarded £1.87 million ($2.42m) to create AI driven smartphone software that constantly learns what its user is doing.
The software will even know its owner so well that it can tell a change in identity through whoever is holding the phone walks.
TWOSENSE.AI, the early-stage startup behind the system, will be providing the 'multi-factor' authentication system for smartphone and computer workstations at DOD. The system is set to replace all common access cards and passwords for the Pentagon and alert security if someone else is using the device.
The company's technology is a form of deep learning, which uses algorithms to create personalised profiles of the characteristics of an individual.
It does this using behavioural data or 'biometrics' of each person, such as the way they walk, interact with their phone, commute to work, and how and where they spend their time.
It's the AI equivalent of a person's fingerprint but is much harder to breach as the system is constantly feeding back on multiple traits and will know if someone else is using the phone.'
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