Voice recognition

652
-1

Published on

Published in: Technology
0 Comments
2 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
652
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
60
Comments
0
Likes
2
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • In this biometric system a device captures a sample from a user
    and then compare it against the data contained in its database.
    The system then decides how well the two match and indicates
    whether or not an identification or verification has been achieved
  • Voice recognition

    1. 1. Biometrics: Voice Recognition Justin Eng Coen150
    2. 2. Outline of Presentation Introduction to voice biometrics The history of voice recognition and its milestones How voice biometric works Benefits and problems that voice recognition encounters Current applications and the future of this technology
    3. 3. Introduction to Voice Biometrics -Voice biometrics is a growing technology in computer security -It uses a measurable, physical characteristic, or personal behavioral trait to verify and authenticate an individual -It uses what you are as a way to identify yourself -Compares two (2) samples of data and verifies if they match
    4. 4. Speech Recognition vs Speaker Verification -The most important difference is that: -Speech recognition identifies what you are saying -Speaker verification verifies that you are who you say you are
    5. 5. Speech Recognition A speech recognition system is designed to assist the speaker in accomplishing what that person wants to do
    6. 6. Speaker Verification However, if an application needs to know who is speaking, then it must authenticate the person and verify that he or she is in fact that person
    7. 7. Combining Speech recognition and speaker verification Speech recognition and speaker verification systems are combined to create voice biometric systems
    8. 8. History of voice recognition -Radio Rex who was created by the Elmwood Button Company in 1922 -During the 1940’s and 1950’s the United States Department of Defense and MIT became the largest contributors to the speech recognition field -In the 1960’s and 1970’s, the technology can be attributed to the educational institutions -Today, voice recognition systems are important
    9. 9. Voices are Unique -Voice recognition systems must be able to distinguish between various people’s voices -Frequency and Intensity -Training our body’s nasal and oral passages, as well as our lips, teeth, tongue, and jaw muscles
    10. 10. How Voice Biometrics Work -Voices are nearly impossible to recreate -Digitizing a person's speech to produce a “voice print”
    11. 11. Capturing a Voice Sample Within these smaller segments they are “captured” in a digital form and plotted on a spectrum.
    12. 12. Verification Process The voiceprint is then stored as a table of numbers, where the presence of each dominant frequency in each segment is expressed as a binary number. Since all table entries are either a 1 or 0, each column can be read bottom to top as a long binary code.
    13. 13. Trying to Fool Voice Recognition Systems -Voice biometrics should be able to tell the differences between real and fake users -One of the concerns about voice recognition systems is the threat of recording a person’s voice -Anti-spoofing is the key! -Challenge Response Mechanism
    14. 14. Benefits of Voice Recognition Systems -Another layer of security for computer systems -Produces a more efficient and cost effective environment -Saves costs: Employee’s do not need ID access cards -Saves time for companies
    15. 15. Problems with Voice Recognition Biometrics over one’s -Human voices do not necessarily remain the same lifetime -Uses of microphones -Environmental noise -Poor phone, or cellular connections -Vocal variations: accents -Telephone devices: voice samples are converted and transferred from an analog format to a digital format for processing
    16. 16. Current Applications of Voice Biometrics -Security system for physical access entry into a building -Corrections industries: inmates on parole -Telephone companies use voice-enabling services -Voice verification in telephone banking: ATM machines -Voice verification in credit cards
    17. 17. Voice Recognition on the Rise -Voice recognition applications are slowly growing -Vocent Solutions, Inc. suggested that: (1) Telephones are the primary means by which consumers will conduct financial transactions and access financial account information (2) Consumers know about the problem of identity theft (3) Consumers feel that PIN Numbers and passwords are not secure enough (4) A strong amount of concern exists when communicating confidential information over the telephone (5) As a result of these security concerns and fears, consumers would be willing to participate in a voice recognition system, and also feel that it could potentially reduce fraud as well as identity theft
    18. 18. Statistics
    19. 19. More Statistics -Voice recognition is on the rise as it has slowly been improving on its accuracy rates and meeting users’ needs for applications
    20. 20. Conclusion The main purpose and benefit of a voice recognition system is the amount of security that it provides. Although voice recognition is mostly secure, it still has flaws. To aid its acceptance, this biometric system can be combined with more traditional security features to provide an additional layer of security. These can include using other biometrics, or security mechanisms such as RSA, PINs or a combination of several different mechanisms. Through further development, voice recognition can be one of the most successful and largest applications of biometrics in the future to come.
    21. 21. Questions?
    1. A particular slide catching your eye?

      Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

    ×