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Description: The Automated Teller Machine, also known as an ATM, has become the most common method by which individuals withdraw cash for their own use. The transactions that people conduct through the ATM ought to be protected, and the particulars ought to be kept private. Facial recognition will be used as the method of user authentication in this project so that Automated Teller Machine (ATM) transactions will be protected from fraudulent activities. The image of the account holder's face, as well as the faces of any beneficiaries, must be taken in well-lit conditions and then saved on a central server for face recognition to work. A camera is positioned within the automated teller machine (ATM) in such a way that it can take a picture of the person who is currently using it. After comparing the face of the cardholder to the account holder and beneficiaries, the system moves on to the PIN Validation step after recognising the cardholder's identity

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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