Paravision facial recognition available on new Booz Allen AI platform to ease enterprise deployment
Facial recognition products from Paravision are bring integrated with Booz Allen’s newly launched Modzy enterprise AI platform, after the companies reached a collaborative agreement.
Modzy is a platform for delivering artificial intelligence technologies, as well as a marketplace of pre-trained AI models from leading machine learning providers, according to the announcement. It provides a holistic solution to “last-mile” challenges to accelerate the operational adoption of AI, addressing what the companies say are the three major challenges of operationalizing machine learning; choice, speed and scale, and security. The companies also say those challenges stem from problems with a lack of trust, standards, ad governance in AI development, deployment, and management.
“Paravision’s selection into the Modzy marketplace highlights the strength of our face recognition technology and its rapid adoption in the market,” says Paravision Public Sector GM Dave Singer. “As a part of Modzy, we aim to provide customers with a trusted solution that delivers best-of-breed accuracy, security, and deployment flexibility.”
Paravision recently welcomed Tascent founder Joey Pritikin to oversee marketing and biometric product management.
“Modzy transforms the way AI is taken from the lab to the field,” said Dr. Josh Sullivan, a Booz Allen senior vice president and leader of the firm’s AI business. “We’re proud to include Paravision face recognition in the Modzy marketplace, and to help our customers access and deploy its industry-leading capabilities in a secure and scalable way.”