In recent years we’ve experienced considerable advancement in the development of voice biometric technology. By using a person’s voice as a unique identifier, voice biometrics can be a convenient way of providing customer access to services across a multitude of sectors, from banking and financial services to the automotive and healthcare industries.
Still in its nascency, the Voice Biometrics Market is estimated to be worth $3.9 billion by 2026. This projection has in part been amplified by the current COVID-19 pandemic, where more people have been forced to access digital services remotely. In fact, according to Nomidio’s State of Identity 2020 research, an additional 3.5 million people in Britain proved their identity digitally for the first-time during lockdown.
During this session panelists will discuss the benefits that this technology is delivering and highlight the steps being taken to address previous security challenges associated with voice biometrics. In addition, speakers will evaluate the role this technology could play in the UK’s post-COVID economic recovery and the necessary next steps to ensure the adoption of this technology can be scaled responsibly.
- Philip Black, Commercial Director, Nomidio
- Mark Bosworth, Business Development Manager, Aculab
- Dr Philip Harrison, Associate Lecturer & Research Fellow, Department of Language and Linguistic Science, University of York
- Katherine Holden, techUK (moderator)
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Katherine joined techUK in May 2018 and currently leads the Data Analytics, AI and Digital ID programme.
Prior to techUK, Katherine worked as a Policy Advisor at the Government Digital Service (GDS) supporting the digital transformation of UK Government.
Whilst working at the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) Katherine led AMRC’s policy work on patient data, consent and opt-out.
Katherine has a BSc degree in Biology from the University of Nottingham.
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