Forget the ATM card. A company is currently testing ATMs that allow customers to withdraw cash by simply scanning their irises.
Diebold, based in North Canton, Ohio, is behind the iris-scanning biometric technology. The company has teamed up with Citigroup, though the bank doesn't have immediate plans to bring the technology to market yet. Some consumers who are testing these ATMs said they are wary of the new technology.
Soon your physical and digital identities will exist as one — the key will be your iris. The potential for this new reality to be utopian or dystopian lies squarely in our ability to balance the need for security with privacy, personal liberties and convenience. Jeff's talk explores a radical view of privacy, transparency and digital expedience.
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