Our daily lives are finally catching up to the sci-fi visions weread and dreamed about 30 years: virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and biometrics to name a few.

As such, our experiences of technology in the workplace are on the cusp of dramatic shifts. Notwithstanding the recent popularity of TouchID, biometric authentication has long been associated in the popular consciousness with iris recognition: secret agents and Bond villains pressing their eye up against a sensor to gain access to a top secret lab or a hidden bunker.Candidly, the James Bond depiction is not an inaccurate one, as over the last 20 years fixed iris recognition systems were prohibitively expensive for pretty much everybody but government spy agencies and organizations protecting the world’s most critical assets. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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