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Facebook integrates facial recognition technology into messaging app

Facebook has integrated its facial recognition technology into its Messenger app for Australian users, with plans to roll it out…

 

Feedzai integrates Socure social biometrics platform into risk management solutions

Risk and fraud management software developer Feedzai announced it has partnered with Socure to provide their mutual clients with a…

 

Japanese hotel uses facial and voice recognition technology

A new hotel in Japan has been equipped with a facial recognition access control system, a voice recognition system that…

FaceFirst

FaceFirst helps customers create safer communities, great customer experiences and personalized service through face recognition and AI. Using the FaceFirst…

 

Valeo and Safran showcase latest biometric innovation for vehicles

Safran and automotive supplier Valeo have pooled their complementary skills and expertise to develop new technological innovations, which it showcased…

 

Siri requires 100 times more computing power than text-based Web searches

Voice recognition requires incredible amounts of computing resources. Digital assistants, including Siri from Apple, Google Now, Microsoft’s Cortana, and Amazon’s…

 

Google claims its facial recognition system can achieve near 100 percent accuracy

Google published a paper detailing its new artificial intelligence system, FaceNet, which Google researchers call the most-accurate technology available for…

 

Opus Research recognizes Nuance for voice biometrics solutions

Nuance Communications announced that the company has been recognized by Opus Research as the world’s leading provider of voice biometrics…

 

People fear the future of technological surveillance

People quite rightly fear new forms of state surveillance that might possibly emerge in everyday life. They fear the future…

 

U.S. gov’t sponsors new predictive surveillance technology

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed new surveillance technology that watches human activity and predicts what will happen next….

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