In the last 2 weeks, we have looked into the definition of face recognition and face detection technology. As we shared in a former article, face recognition’s popularity gained ground in the United States as a way for the county’s Department of Defense to detect and identify suspected terrorists andContinue Reading

Face recognition has been around since the 60s but did not really gain the public’s attention until several years later. As we mentioned in an earlier article, face recognition technology first truly got public notice after it was used at Super Bowl XXXV in the United States. Police and otherContinue Reading

We have looked at face recognition and its history, benefits, and trends in our last few articles. Although work on face recognition from images was started as early as the 60s, recent developments in the technology have led to an entirely new way of looking at security, marketing, and soContinue Reading

Over the last few weeks we have looked over the history of face recognition, what face recognition software does, and different face recognition trends in the world today. Face recognition started out as an almost secretive project funded by government agencies to be used as a way to recognize criminalsContinue Reading

In my last post, we looked at a few trends that face recognition has brought to us. Face recognition technology has increased the ability of law enforcement to catch criminals and for government agencies to track terrorists. In fact, many believe that the tragic events of September 11, 2001, couldContinue Reading

Since its use at a Super Bowl in 2001, face recognition has been gaining more popularity each year. There are many people who love the idea of using face recognition software to track people using their faces, and there are others who do not think it is a good planContinue Reading

In our last article, we took a look at face recognition history and how face recognition software got its start. During the 90s, the work that was started by Bledsoe and his team continued on at the Stanford Research Institute after Bledsoe left. At that time, the face recognition projectContinue Reading

The term “face recognition,” or “facial recognition” is pretty much self-explanatory in as much that it is exactly what it sounds like – technology that is designed to recognize faces. The biometric technology has many uses, from helping law enforcement to “catch their man” to helping your business to targetContinue Reading