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Face Recognition To Be Allowed To Verify Aadhaar Cardholders

Around 119 crore people have been issued Aadhaar cards so far. NEW DELHI: HIGHLIGHTS Face recognition won’t need any new reference data Will only work when coupled with another authentication factor Camera already available to capture face without additional hardware Aadhaar users stuck over the verification of biometric data like their iris or fingerprint scan can soon get help from facial recognition. The UIDAI or the agency in charge of the national identity card system announced this in a statement today, with officials saying this would not just add an…

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bad credit auto loans

Most people will have to get a car financed when purchasing it. When doing so, a credit report will be pulled in order to see if the borrower qualifies for the loan. If qualified, the amount of money that they will have to be put down, and the annual percentage rate will be determined based on the borrowers credit report. Unfortunately, those with bad credit will frequently be denied. Every finance company is different and has their own criteria. There are certain qualification that an individual must meet in order…

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CM MAMATA BANERJEE OFFERS SPECIAL SCREENING FOR PADMAVATI

Bollywood Movies Our conscience is really on why all of the slots will should go allowed for just inch film as the other films do not possess any slots to exhibit their films, Khopkar clarified. It’s an issue that no one has been able position to respond in a manner that’s satisfying. Your decision was taken in haste and just a few cuts to this movie is not likely to get justice to the history and legend of the individual. I actually don’t desire to disclose the complete particulars of…

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Check for Update Button on Pixel, Nexus Devices to Finally Work in 2018

HIGHLIGHTS Internal testing is underway, public release to happen in 2018 Latest version of Google Play Services required to get instant updates Feature not exclusive to Android Oreo The Check for update button on Pixel and Nexus devices has in recent times become a redundant feature, which ends up annoying users who love to press it despite knowing that it doesn’t really work. All that is set to change, for good, in 2018 when Google issues an update that puts the button to good use. Back in September, Googler Elliott Hughes had posted on Google+ that the Check…

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American education leader visits Imperial

A US scientist visited Imperial to speak about innovative new teaching methods put into practice at Cornell University. Professor Peter Lepage, Goldwin Smith Professor of Physics at Cornell in the USA, gave a lecture about the potential of active learning – a teaching method where a class is made up of a series of interactive exercises, with less time dedicated to traditional lecturing. This way of teaching is already being put into action at Imperial, in line with the College’s new Learning and Teaching Strategy. There’s such enthusiasm within the College…

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Toyota and Panasonic launch car battery study

Toyota and Panasonic are to launch a study into a partnership to develop battery technology for electric cars. The move by the Japanese carmaker and the world’s biggest supplier of automotive batteries signals a deeper push into the development of electric vehicles. In a rare public appearance, Akio Toyoda, Toyota’s president, and Kazuhiro Tsuga, his counterpart at Panasonic, announced the companies would look at joining forces to speed up commercialisation of next-generation battery technologies. The tie-up could give Toyota confidence over battery supply. The company aims to hit annual sales of 5.5m electrified vehicles, which…

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