Trueface.ai integrates with IFTTT to give developers access to identity verification software
Facial recognition startup Truface.ai is integrating with IFTTT to make facial recognition technology widely available to developers for use without requiring in-depth knowledge of its source code, TechCrunch reports.
Trueface.ai provides digital identification and verification software, after discontinuing its hardware development in 2017. Its facial recognition and identity document verification technology can be used to remotely verify identity and proof of possession for applications like opening a bank account or notarizing a digital document, according to TechCrunch.
IFTTT (and acronym for “if this, then that”) is a software platform for integrating hardware and apps. Trueface.ai will make its IDVerify product available through IFTTT to let developers become familiar with its deep learning and spoof detection technology.
“We just saw this as a way to launch this technology on a third party where anyone could go in. If you’ve got a Lockitron, Trueface can take the picture and then IFTTT can unlock the door for anyone who has been given permission,” Chief Executive Shaun Moore told TechCrunch.
Trueface.ai currently works with identity documents from over 150 countries. The company launched its API with “picture attack” detection last July.