3D Printed Heads To Bypass Facial Recognition Security And It Worked

Popular Android smartphones can be broken into by using a 3D printed head to get around facial recognition technology, according to a Forbes report, revealing its limitations as a security measure.

Forbes reporter Tom Brewster says he managed to successfully break into four Android phones by bypassing the facial recognition software with a 3D printed model of his head that cost £300 to make.

All four Google Android phones opened thanks to the head made of gypsum powder. The iPhone, however, wasn’t fooled.

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