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Benoit Fauve, a speech scientist with ValidSoft, points to a screen displaying the voice biometric features of a telephone call during a demonstration at the company's office in central London. An AP survey of the market found that more than 65 million people worldwide have had their voiceprints taken. And an Associated Press investigation has found that two of America's biggest retail banks, Chase and Wells Fargo, are quietly taking some callers' voiceprints to fight fraud. (Associated Press)
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Benoit Fauve, a speech scientist with ValidSoft, points to a screen displaying the voice biometric features of a telephone call during a demonstration at the company's office in central London. An AP survey of the market found that more than 65 million people worldwide have had their voiceprints taken. And an Associated Press investigation has found that two of America's biggest retail banks, Chase and Wells Fargo, are quietly taking some callers' voiceprints to fight fraud. (Associated Press)

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