Neurotechnology reveals 5M duplicates in Democratic Republic of Congo’s voter database

May 7, 2018 iAfrikan News


Reportedly more than five million duplicate vote records have been discovered and removed from the Democratic Republic of Congo’s upcoming elections database. This comes after a deduplication exercise involving biometric identification technology company, Neurotechnology, working directly with the DRC’s Independent National Electoral Commission (Commission Électorale Nationale Indépendante or CENI). The exercise involved the deduplication of more than 46.5 million multibiometric facial and fingerprint voter records. “In the voter registry cleaning process our goal is to find as many duplicates and other noncompliant cases as possible. Neurotechnology helped us achieve our goals and exceeded our expectations by starting and completing the deduplication process in…

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