Hong Kong police officers investigate a robbery case at Fubon Bank in Tsim Sha Tsui in December 2016. Voiceprint recognition technology will make it easier for law enforcement to identify criminals. Photo: Nora Tam

This start-up can identify you by your voice in a matter of seconds

Voiceprint recognition is another area under artificial intelligence that China has pledged to build into a US$150 billion industry over the next few years

Topic |   Artificial intelligence

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Hong Kong police officers investigate a robbery case at Fubon Bank in Tsim Sha Tsui in December 2016. Voiceprint recognition technology will make it easier for law enforcement to identify criminals. Photo: Nora Tam
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Celia Chen

Celia Chen

Celia is a tech reporter for the Post, covering companies such as Tencent, JD.com and Foxconn. She also covers start-up news and China's tech world. Prior to joining the Post, she worked for China Daily.