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Affective computing draws Intel’s attention, prompts debate

Intel and edtech startup Classroom Technologies have developed a tool for integration with Zoom to let teachers know if their students…


US law enforcement biometrics systems face upgrade opportunity, challenges

Recent policy moves by the Executive Branch of America’s government have opened up an opportunity for biometrics capabilities, some of…


Intel closing RealSense computer vision division

In a move that has some wondering what its leaders see ahead, Intel is closing its RealSense operations, dropping a…


Intel RealSense increases flexibility for computer vision developers with SDK upgrade

Intel RealSense has announced its software development kit (SDK) 2.0 is now integrated with the Open3D (version 0.12+) open-source library….


Intel RealSense eases 3D facial authentication integration for diverse use cases

Rapid adoption of facial authentication is a major trend across a wide variety of industries, as businesses carry out digital…


Intel launches edge biometric facial authentication solution for integration with numerous devices

Intel has unveiled a new on-device biometric facial authentication solution it calls RealSense ID, which enables secure and accurate edge…


Intel takes the lead on DARPA effort to end machine-learning spoofing

The U.S. Department of Defense has recruited Intel Corp. and Georgia Tech to lead an effort to prevent criminals from…


Intel implements facial recognition security system at offices to identify threats

Intel has launched biometric facial recognition technology to improve the security of its offices and employees by identifying “high risk…


Research shows gains in biometric identification from thermal images as contracts increase

A scene in the science-fiction film The Matrix Reloaded shows the simulated thermal image of actor Hugo Weaving’s angry face….


Facial recognition for biometric access control at Olympics and FIFA World Cup

Intel will power NEC’s NeoFace biometric facial recognition system for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics with Intel Core i5 processors and…

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