Why you should stop using a handwriting analysis tool that can’t prove it’s accurate
If you’ve ever wondered how a handwriting analyst could tell if you were writing in a certain way or whether it was a coincidence, the answer is that you were.
Now, a new technology is offering the answer.
Read moreOn Monday, the International Federation of the Phonetic Industry (IFPI) published a white paper on handwriting analysis, called the FAST-X, that’s designed to make it easy for people to find out if their handwriting is consistent or not.
The FAST machine is a machine that analyzes your handwriting, a process that can take hours, according to the IFPI.
It’s based on an algorithm developed by a company called InMotion Technology.
The algorithm analyzes the way your fingers are moving and then compares it to a computer generated image of the text.
It can determine if you’re writing in the correct style, as well as the spacing between letters, or whether you’re using a very particular font.
The IFPI said the machine could prove if a person is writing in what it called a “typographical style” which is different from the typical English writing style.
In other words, you could be writing in “the style of the author,” but not “the writer.”
The machine is able to differentiate between these types of handwriting and determine if they’re true.
The goal of the FAST is to give handwriting analysis companies a tool that is easy to use, says IFPI CEO, John A. McQuillan.
The machine, called FAST, has been in development since last year.
It has been used in hundreds of testing studies and is currently being tested by more than 400 handwriting analysis businesses around the world, including handwriting analysis giant KPMG.
McQuillant says the FEST has the potential to revolutionize the handwriting analysis industry.
“This is an important technology, and the FST can help us understand the handwriting better,” he said.
“The FST is not only about how to read handwriting, it is also about how we think about handwriting.”
The IFPTI says the machine can help businesses with more than just handwriting analysis.
“We have already seen how the FOST has been useful in the past and how it can make a real difference in the quality of handwriting samples submitted by our customers,” said INFORMS president, Tom McQuinn.
“The FEST will allow companies to identify and quickly identify problems with their samples and thus improve the quality and efficiency of their handwriting analysis.”
The FOST is also able to identify handwriting that is too long or too short and then generate a list of the most common types.
This is how it was able to produce the first version of the machine that could identify handwriting for people who use different handwriting styles.
McQinn said the FSTD is a very important tool for all types of businesses and organizations.
“It’s one of the biggest developments we’ve seen in handwriting technology in the last decade,” he added.
The company is also developing an app for people interested in testing their handwriting.
The app will allow people to write a message, enter a name, or add a new signature, and a handwriting expert will evaluate their writing to determine if it is consistent with what they wrote.
The app will be available in iOS and Android apps and will be free for anyone who has the Faster-X software.