Facial Recognition

Read: DIY Security Camera Market to Surge 80% by 2024, Reports Omdia

DIY Security Camera Market to Surge 80% by 2024, Reports Omdia

Rising demand for consumer security cameras and video doorbells is driving new competition, challenging market leaders Nest and Arlo, Omdia says.

Read: Janet Fenner Talks Importance of Women in Security, Analytics Trends

Janet Fenner Talks Importance of Women in Security, Analytics Trends

Fenner discusses how facial recognition has the potential to transcend conventional security applications and more in this month’s SECURE Perspectives.

Read: Controversial Facial Recognition Startup Clearview AI Has Client List Stolen

Controversial Facial Recognition Startup Clearview AI Has Client List Stolen

Clearview AI scrapes billions of images from social media and the Internet, which are then used to match unknown faces for law enforcement agencies.

Read: UCLA Abandons Facial Recognition Plan After Student Backlash

UCLA Abandons Facial Recognition Plan After Student Backlash

The university reversed its decision after an experiment conducted by a privacy group saw facial recognition software falsely match the headshots of some UCLA athletes and faculty to mugshots.

Read: Border Control Biometrics Revenues to Reach $3.5B by 2025: ABI Research

Border Control Biometrics Revenues to Reach $3.5B by 2025: ABI Research

Camera shipment revenues for border control are forecast to reach $1.9 billion by 2025 due to adoption of video analytics and machine vision technologies.

Read: How Technology Will Support Emergency Preparedness in 2020

How Technology Will Support Emergency Preparedness in 2020

Vidsys President Maurice Singleton explains how organizations are working harder than ever to use technology to remove people from harm’s way.

Read: Vivotek, CyberLink Partner for Facial Recognition Integration

Vivotek, CyberLink Partner for Facial Recognition Integration

The strategic partnership will integrate CyberLink’s FaceMe AI facial recognition engine into Vivotek’s IP surveillance solutions.

Read: Activist Groups Want Facial Recognition Banned on College Campuses

Activist Groups Want Facial Recognition Banned on College Campuses

Fight for the Future and Students for Sensible Drug Policy contend facial recognition poses a threat to students’ basic liberties and academic freedom.

Read: exacqVision Gains Facial Matching Ability Powered by Tyco AI

exacqVision Gains Facial Matching Ability Powered by Tyco AI

Tyco AI is described as an ever-evolving, deep learning solution that will take analytic capabilities to the next level, using powerful algorithms that customize solutions to specific end user installations.

Read: SIA Praises NIST Study on Facial Recognition

SIA Praises NIST Study on Facial Recognition

SIA commends NIST for encouraging research organizations to examine facial recognition comprehensively rather than publish incomplete research in order to generate attention.

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