Access control, wandering detection, face mask recognition and ethical considerations.
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Face recognition software
Tauseef Ali, is a UT doctoral candidate who spent years perfecting a facial recognition software. Now he is bringing the 20Face unconditional face recognition software to the market. “Our software recognizes the identity of people under bad or disguised circumstances, variations in poses,” explains Ali. “Also, small image resolutions and even when a small part or a glimpse of a face is seen. Our goal is to develop the first global face identification as a cloud service,” says Tauseef Ali. He developed a unique facial recognition algorithm that is not only accurate but also very fast. Therefore, it can be used to scan a large audience in real-time.
Application in daily life
20Face currently focuses on applications in daily life and facial recognition as a cloud service. Such as remotely knowing who enters your home and giving access to your workplace. Moreover, it can help you make a payment and operating machines from your workplace. Data is stored encrypted in the blockchain to ensure security and privacy. Moreover, face recognition is one of the key enabling technologies of the future. “This is truly a breakthrough with which we can make facial recognition mainstream, since our patented technology is extremely scalable, and can be made available to millions of people at low cost”.
Novel-T business developers assisted with the 20Face’s business development and helped shape the business plan, including legal and financial advice. Futhermore, Tauseef was given guidance on the introduction of 20Face to the market as new technology. Read the full story here.