Taiwan-based CyberLink is intending to elevate its profile with plans to display its facial recognition innovation at next month’s Consumer Electronic devices Program (CES) in Las Vegas.
The business states its FaceMe biometric engine, which was recently provided a strong efficiency in the MegaFace Obstacle, takes pride in a 98.41 percent True Acceptance Rate and a False Acceptance Rate of under 0.000001 percent. It works with Android, iOS, Linux, and Windows running systems, and can operate through a variety of hardware setups, CyberLink states.
At CES 2019, the business will highlight its facial acknowledgment service’s ‘Smart Retail’ applications, demonstrating how the system can be utilized in shops to track customer traffic, market data pertaining to age and gender, and even consumers’ emotions while they view products. CyberLink will likewise highlight FaceMe’s liveness detection ability, with the business asserting that the system can separate between a live person and images and videos.
The business will be showcasing this technology at a rather sensitive time in the United States, with Amazon having brought in some controversy over the past year by selling its own facial acknowledgment innovation to cops agencies, and a variety of tech industry actors having just recently required more powerful federal government guideline for facial acknowledgment and AI more broadly. There appears to be growing interest in this kind of innovation among retailers, and those who will go to CES 2019 might be impressed by FaceMe’s sophistication.
CES 2019 is slated to run from January 8th to 11th, with CyberLink to display its innovation from booth 26056 in the Las Vegas Convention Center.
December 7, 2018– by Alex Perala