biometrics

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bio- +‎ metrics

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biometrics (uncountable)

  1. The automated measurement of biological data.
  2. The automated recognition or authentication of an individual's identity based on their behavioural and biological characteristics, such as iris appearance, fingerprint, or face shape.

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