CyberLink showcasing AI facial recognition engine at Computex
CyberLink is taking part in Computex this week and will be showcasing the latest enhancements to its FaceMe AI facial recognition engine and demonstrating partner integrations of its biometrics technology. CyberLink will also present AIoT applications of FaceMe for smart retail, smart banking, surveillance and security.
Launched in September 2018, FaceMe has ranked highly in a number of global competitions including the National Institute of Standards and Technology Face Recognition Vendor Test (NIST FVRT) and MegaFace Challenge.
CyberLink notes in its announcement that FaceMe is designed for edge computing and server operating scenarios and yields up to 98.5% true acceptance rate (TAR). FaceMe supports Windows, Linux, Android, iOS and enables companies to integrate facial recognition technology into existing hardware configurations.
“As a global software leader which has long standing relationships with some of the world’s top tech manufacturers, it is CyberLink’s mission to build the best AI facial recognition engine and help ICT and IoT solution providers deploy this technology into their applications,” says Dr. Jau Huang, CEO of CyberLink.
CyberLink will demonstrate key applications of FaceMe including visitor statistics for smart retail, 2D/3D anti-spoofing for smart banking and access control for smart security. The company will also showcase a number of AIoT solutions ‘Powered by FaceMe’, including Acer Cloud Technology’s aiSage edge computing device, DataVan’s smart self service Kiosk, Himax Technologies’ SLiM 3D structured light module, IEI Integration Corp.’s commercial tablets for AI transportation solutions, Micro Program’s Smart ID Kiosk, MSI Global’s Automotive & Commercial applications, Syscom’s Ayuda service robots, and TASHI’s IP-based biometric terminal.