The world needs an IoT future, so It’s time to forget your password – for good. A new breed of AI-powered biometric security measures is required

The digital password as we know it quietly marked its 60th birthday earlier this year. Back in 1962, MIT professor Fernando Corbató came up with the system in order to allow four colleagues to access the then-new IBM 7090 in a “time-sharing” environment. For context, it would be another seven years before ARPANET – which would eventually morph into the internet and World Wide Web – was turned on.


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