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Espinosa-Duro, V. ; Electron. & Autom. Dept., Polytech. Univ. of Catalonia, Mataro, Spain

Among the main innovation prospects within the so-called Information Society, and in the framework of future communications systems, we find the design of database-access integral services, e-commerce and communication systems, together with remote control of terminals and devices, being the result of global services derived from last generation integration of mobile telephony and internet. Some features standout from such future services: security (guaranteeing user's privacy while in operation) in human-machine interacting (thus offering the same degree of spontaneity found in human communication through speech). To deal with security problems, the use of biometric-based technology (specifically through face, fingerprint, and speech) is proposed, because those technologies have reached a high degree of maturity, such as allowing successful application on secure authentication

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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:17 ,  Issue: 3 )