facial recognition software

Analysis How Retailers Like Sephora Drive Conversion Using Personalized Recommendations

From PSFK's Shopper Data Debrief, here's how leading retailers like Walgreens and more are leveraging next-gen machine vision to learn and analyze shopper patterns

Advertising JetBlue's Facial Recognition Provides Paperless Boarding

The airline's program will require only a quick photo match to board your flight

Design 'Anti-Smart' Home Disconnects When You're Engaged In Conversation

A set of tech prototypes, including a lamp that shuts off notifications during conversation, are designed to enlighten your life instead of disrupting it

Syndicated These 22¢ Glasses Will Help You Fool Facial Recognition Software

A team of researchers have found that eyewear printed with a wild pattern is enough to get around most commercial identification systems

Innovation The Only Thing Standing Between You and Your Unlocked Phone is Your Face

Apple hopes to make our connection with our information-sensitive devices more personal with facial recognition tech

Technology Payment System Lets Shoppers Buy Groceries With Their Faces [Video]

Uniqul uses facial recognition software to connect customers with their bank accounts and allow them to pay for goods without cash or a credit card.

Retail Facial Recognition System Tracks Shoppers’ Habits

To help stores refine their marketing strategies and target top spenders, NEC has developed technology that estimates shoppers' gender and age.

Innovation Facebook To Acquire Facial Recognition Startup? [Headlines]

Following a spree of hires and acquisitions, and the release of a proprietary Camera app, the newly public company has eyes on a startup whose facial recognition software allows photo tagging in real-time.

Work Software Reads Your Age And Mood

The Face.com API, which estimates how old a person is, is available to developers who want to integrate facial recognition in their apps.

Technology Facial Recognition Software & Social Media Sites Increase Privacy Risk

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University demonstrate how easy it is to invade someone's privacy using new technologies.

The Uses And Perils Of Facial Recognition

Software that can recognize people in photos on the Internet has received mixed reviews from experts and organizations.

?>