SMART VOTING SYSTEM THROUGH FACIAL RECOGNITION (2023)
K SUMA LATHA, N. JASWITHA,N. LAVANYA, M. CHAYA PRASANNA JCR. 2023: 112-118
Election could be an important event during a trendy democracy however massive sections of society round the world don’t trust their election system that is major concern for the democracy. E-voting schemes bring problems mainly regarding security, credibility, transparency, reliability, and functionality. Estonia is the pioneer in this field and may be considered the state of the art. But there are only a few solutions using blockchain. Blockchain can deliver an answer to all of the mentioned problems and furthermore bring some advantages such as immutability and decentralization. The main problems of technologies utilizing blockchain for e-voting are their focus on only one field or lack of testing and comparison. In this paper, we present a blockchain-based e-voting platform, which can be used for any kind of voting. It is fully utilized by blockchain and all processes can be handled within it. After the start of the voting, the platform behaves as fully independent and decentralized without possibilities to affect the voting process
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