In 2002, when the movie Minority Report first hit the big screen, face recognition and deep learning seemed like some far-off sci-fi fantasy. While some may have suspected that it there was some truth to the movie’s prediction of how face recognition would grow, most people probably considered it all
As we shared in our last article, “Face recognition and face detection technology is quickly becoming one of the fastest-growing applications in the world. This technology can benefit everyone – from police, to security, to retail owners, to marketers, to missing children, to lost Alzheimer’s patients, to suspects who have
Face recognition and face detection technology are quickly becoming one of the fastest-growing applications in the world. This technology can benefit everyone – from the police, to security, to retail owners, to marketers, to missing children, to lost Alzheimer’s patients, to suspects who have been falsely accused of a crime.
Last week we looked at how face recognition technology is quickly becoming a giant in the market. The fact that it can be enticing to everyone, from the average citizen to the most elite security officer makes face detection software a sought-after product. The market for face recognition software is
Last week we looked at a few examples of lawsuits that are taking place in both America and New Zealand, where citizens are taking a stand against face detection software. In this second article on face recognition software and its implications for privacy and security, we will look at more
Last week we looked at a few trends in face recognition software. As we shared in that article, “Trends in face recognition software are constantly going through amazing changes. According to Trend Report, the future of face recognition technology could include advanced security invention such as car ignitions that work