Canadian digital bank Tangerine has revealed it is experimenting with facial-recognition on mobile phones and other technologies.Chief Executive Officer Peter Aceto told Bloomberg in an interview that biometrics are an important part of the company's future strategy.”interacting with our mobile app using your face, using your voice, using your finger are things that we're going to enhance and deploy in a much broader way.”Last October, Tangerine revealed smartphone banking app it is releasing in October feature voice- and fingerprint-based technologies.The mobile app enables customers to log in using Apple's Touch ID technology and issue commands through speech recognition tech developed by Nuance.”We're proud to be the first Canadian bank to introduce biometric technology,” said Aceto at the time.