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Kingwillhe
02-04-2005, 17:42
An interesting read!
http://www.russiaprofile.org/business/article.wbp?article-id=E2637B6B-6B8D-409A-B6E2-E0528B6AC877

Shatneresque
02-04-2005, 17:46
I saw the same thing almost twenty years ago on "Mission: Impossible".... :agree:

Kingwillhe
02-04-2005, 17:50
Ah yes, that show was a tech's playground.

Cherokee
02-04-2005, 18:06
Originally posted by Kingwillhe
Ah yes, that show was a tech's playground.

Biometrics security systems will sure be the future. But its there alltready. Face controls similar as mentioned in the article, eye-scan and biometric finger scan is already standard practice on some Int. Airports in the US and Europe - not to mention that they are in use on high risk facilities throughout the world.

Shatneresque
02-04-2005, 18:09
Originally posted by Kingwillhe
Ah yes, that show was a tech's playground.
Not only that, but the thing took less than three seconds to identify anyone!

CatGirl
02-04-2005, 18:09
"So is the U.S. government concerned about using security technology developed in Russia, its former Cold War enemy?"-America's always trying to go into all country's business!!
Stop it! Russia is a big serious guy and it's her own business!

Cherokee
02-04-2005, 18:13
Originally posted by Shatneresque
Not only that, but the thing took less than three seconds to identify anyone!

Amazing isntn`t it? Sounds like a toy from outer space! Beam me up Scotty...:trooper:

Kingwillhe
02-04-2005, 18:16
Originally posted by cosmogirl
"So is the U.S. government concerned about using security technology developed in Russia, its former Cold War enemy?"-America's always trying to go into all country's business!!
Stop it! Russia is a big serious guy and it's her own business! Actually, while I like tech stuff, the Russian connection was my primary interest.

I know Moscow is trying to become a reputable player in the IT outsource game as well.

Cherokee
02-04-2005, 18:20
Originally posted by Kingwillhe
I know Moscow is trying to become a reputable player in the IT outsource game as well.
As far I can see, I would say, the Russians are doing pretty good already to catch up...what do you think?

Kingwillhe
02-04-2005, 18:24
Without question, it's the "doesn't play well with others" factor which must be dealt with!

CatGirl
02-04-2005, 18:43
Cherokee, I :agree: with you. We are trying to do ours best but "somebody"is allways vstavlyaet nam palki v kolesa!!!!!:cussing:

koba65
02-04-2005, 21:11
Originally posted by cosmogirl
Cherokee, I :agree: with you. We are trying to do ours best but "somebody"is allways vstavlyaet nam palki v kolesa!!!!!:cussing:

Cosmo, Russia does a good enough job putting the ol' palki v kolesa themselves. If one always blames others for failures they'll never succeed.... That's why it's convient to always believe "Vo vsem vinovaty Amerikantsy" ;)

Cherokee
02-04-2005, 21:16
Originally posted by cosmogirl
"somebody"is allways vstavlyaet nam palki v kolesa!!!!!:cussing:

Well, I hope I dont create any problems to you!;)

CatGirl
02-04-2005, 21:19
Koba65, Brilliant answer!!!!I'd love it!!!

Cherokee, you don't. ;)

Lady Marmalade
03-04-2005, 12:49
"Stop it! Russia is a big serious guy and it's her own business!" [/B][/QUOTE]


So Cosmo Girl, which is it? Mother Russia or Father Russia?