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The U.S. Department of Defense recently awarded a 20-month $2.42 million contract to a company, named TWOSENSE.AI, in support of developing technology that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to learn about mobile users' behavior and continuously authenticates the users based on the behaviors learned by the AI. The behaviors that will be monitored and learned by the technology include gait, keystrokes, and fingertip pressure. The technology will supplement traditional authenticators instead of replace them as users will still be asked to provide usernames, passwords, one-time personal identification numbers, or biometric identifiers, if the authentication process involving learned behaviors goes wrong. This article continues to discuss the concept, support, development, and research behind this technology.

GCN reports "How AI Augments Mobile Authentication"