Fingerprints are all unique to us all, but biometric identifiers are unlikely to be considered safe now.
Recently, we learned from The Guardian during a technology show in Los Angeles in October, the company DeepMasterPrints have introduced aA beautiful intelligence that can create artificial prints effectively, which mislead the scanners.
The company explains that Most security scanners are programmed to "read" only part of fingerprints, without exploring the whole. At the same time, however, some parts of the footprint are quite similar to the same parts in another person.
Therefore, DeepMasterPrints algorithms do not create a whole new footprint because it does not need it, but only those parts of the fingerprints that the scanner detects and are considered more common in more people.
It sounds like a bit of unfinished work, but it does not.
Artificial Intelligence can duplicate one in five human foot traces with accuracy which would allow it to bully a normal biometric scanner.
The company alleged that algorithms can not be used to unlock phones, unless they have been programmed and refined for that purpose.
DeepMasterPrints also assists us that no-one has been able to create an effective replica system as they want, and that would cost a lot of money and money.
Honestly, these are not sure to be firmly convincing.