Facial Recognition Provider Corsight AI Announces U.S. Expansion

Founded in 2019 by a group of AI experts and entrepreneurs, Corsight AI is said to provide the most ethical facial recognition technology for highly challenging conditions.

PARAMUS, N.J. — Corsight AI, a provider of facial recognition technology, announces the expansion of its U.S. operations.

With deployments in over 50 countries, Corsight AI is expanding its global footprint amongst enterprise clients and government agencies in a variety of sectors including aviation, law enforcement, retail, entertainment and more, according to the company.

Founded in 2019 by a group of AI experts and entrepreneurs, Corsight AI is said to provide the most ethical facial recognition technology for highly challenging conditions.

Established as a subsidiary of the Cortica Group, which holds over 250 patents for its autonomous AI technology, Corsight is the result of a $70 million spin-off R&D program developed over 13 years.

Founded on the principles of unparalleled speed, accuracy and privacy, Corsight is the first to apply autonomous AI technology that mimics the way humans learn and recognize faces, according to the company.

With global operations and support in the U.S., U.K., Singapore, Australia, and R&D in Israel, Corsight AI says its mission is to radically enhance the world of facial recognition technologies while upholding the highest ethical standards in personal privacy protection.

Corsight AI’s expansion is said to be driven by demand for the company’s core product, Fortify, which detects faces with masks on and achieves accuracy rates in nearly complete darkness.

Improving accuracy across age and gender has been at the forefront of enhancements, enabling refined searches and better supporting streamlined and secure identity verification, improving a wide variety of use cases, according to the company.

According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Facial Recognition Vendor Test, Corsight’s published algorithm is leading the way in removing race and gender bias industry-wide. This aligns with the company’s ethical policies and privacy by design compliance, applying facial recognition as a “force for good.”

“Corsight AI was founded on the principles of creating game-changing biometric technology without compromising speed, accuracy or privacy,” says Rob Watts, CEO of Corsight AI. “There is a real need for this type of innovation, especially amidst mask coverings, darkness, ethnicity and other challenging conditions. The increase in demand is a direct result of the Corsight team’s commitment to ethical application of facial recognition as a force for good.”

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