Pioneering Caller Authentication for Secure Service Operation

The PICASSO project developed and tested secure telematics transaction services using caller authentication by voice. Specch recognition and speaker verification/identification technologies were integrated to provide interfaces that are at once intuitive, easy to use and secure against intruders. PICASSO built on the results of the CAVE project. New telephone services with an acceptable and friendly security interface and robust and ergonomic automatic speech recognition for dialogue with users have been developed.

Group: Speech Communication and Technology

Mats Blomberg (Project leader)
Johan Lindberg

Funding: EU (LE4-8369)

Duration: 1998 - 2000

Keywords: Speaker verification, Biometrics

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Published by: TMH, Speech, Music and Hearing

Last updated: 2012-11-09