Your typing style could better protect your accounts

An intelligent keyboard can both charge itself and record unique typing patterns, which could be used for biometric authentication

  • Georgia Tech Professor Zhong Lin Wang and graduate research assistant Jun Chen created a self-powered keyboard that can also be used for biometric authentication based on a person's typing style.

  • By analyzing parameters such as the force applied by key presses and the time interval between them, a non-mechanical intelligent keyboard could provide a stronger layer of security.

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