Facial Recognition

  • What’s Next for Our Weak But Resilient Password System? (Report)

    … said they would use other authentication systems if they were available to them. Millennials are already on board with biometric options: 48 percent have used fingerprint scanners, 15 percent have used voice recognition, 11 percent have used facial recognition and 5 percent have even used iris scans. 66 percent of millennials, 48 percent of Gen-x…

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  • Photo-Sharing Apps Under Fire for Tagging People in Pictures

    … While the practice of photobombing has become a social and cultural phenomenon lately, the practice itself isn’t anything new. Since the advent of the camera, people have either intentionally tried to appear in someone else’s photos or have accidentally stumbled into the frame. Now, with biometric facial recognition algorithms, companies like…

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  • AppLock Protects Android Apps With Face and Voice Biometrics

    … Sensory announced the full release of its facial- and voice-recognition application on Android. The app allows users to lock access to specific apps and open them by using face and/or voice recognition. With AppLock, users create an account by programming their voice and appearance into the app. Users can select one of three predetermined…

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  • Image Recognition technology is a goldmine for marketers

    … them from their online presence, as opposed to just their photo ID. Some hotels are already experimenting with facial recognition in an effort to provide faster check-in. Image recognition and big data Image recognition eliminates barriers between you and your target market, enabling frictionless mobile commerce and greater engagement. The overlay…

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