The Indian government is piloting the Aadhaar-based facial recognition system for COVID-19 vaccinations, RS Sharma, CEO of the National Health Authority He said to print. He said the pilot is being carried out in Jharkhand, which reports more than 1,000 successful authentication processes through facial recognition on a daily basis at vaccination sites.
Sharma said that India’s Unique Identification Authority (UIDAI) published “the best facial recognition algorithms that we will use now” .. and said that this step will make the grafting process “touchless”. Individuals are currently validating their biometrics, using either their fingers or their irises. Separately, Sharma said that Co-WIN can handle millions of registrations, and can handle 10,000 users per second. It has already produced 3 million digital certificates of immunization against COVID-19.
UIDAI’s facial recognition algorithms will soon be rolled out to all vaccination centers. A pilot has been launched in Jharkhand, where we have conducted more than 1,000 face recognition authentication processes on a daily basis, he says @ rssharma3
Read more: https://t.co/Pm8H7MAbg0
– National Health Authority (NHA) (AyushmanNHA) April 6, 2021
It should be noted that Sharma is the chairperson of the committee authorized to administer the COVID-19 vaccine; He also held the position of Chair of UIDAI, apart from chairing the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of India for two consecutive terms.
Its source The truth is not hushed