CyberLink talks biometric performance, edge benefits at Intel Edge Computing Solution Summit
CyberLink has recently participated in the Intel Edge Computing Solution Summit which unites IoT industry leaders to share AI edge computing-related insights and opportunities, the company announced.
CyberLink founder and CEO Dr. Jau Huang was invited to discuss the benefits of edge computing and how it facilitates AIoT use cases, showcasing the company’s FaceMe AI-based engine. To develop its facial recognition engine, CyberLink uses edge-based technology and AI which reduces costs, enhances flexibility and delivers real-time response.
FaceMe has been incorporated in identity verification, access control, statistics and customer service solutions across different industries such as retail, banking, healthcare, manufacturing, security, and public safety.
“AI-based facial recognition is one of the key AIoT enablers and is on its way to become ubiquitous, with the proliferation of edge solutions embedded into any devices equipped with cameras,” said Dr. Jua Huang. “FaceMe is very well positioned to become the engine of choice across industries.”
Powered by Intel Movidius and optimized by OpenVINO, CyberLink claims its solution can achieve a 7x performance boost.
At the recent 2020 Advantech Embedded-IoT World Partner Conference, Dr. Jau Huang spoke about the enhancements in the biometric performance of the company’s FaceMe technology running at the edge in artificial intelligence of things (AIoT) systems.