[youtube v=”ywXrrD5mO7U” maxwidth=”800px”] FaceFirst CEO Peter Trepp was recently interviewed by The D&D Daily’s publisher and editor Gus Downing at the NRF Big Show in New York. During the interview, they discussed a variety of subjects including how face recognition works with other loss prevention technologies, how face recognition...
This year at ISC West, FaceFirst will be demonstrating our latest facial recognition security solutions for retail and public safety. So if you're headed to ISC West, be sure to stop by the FaceFirst booth (#12137) to see our system in action.
Leading U.S. face recognition company FaceFirst will showcase its new rapid deployment at ISC West, enabling customers and partners to deploy an enterprise platform in the same time it takes to brush your teeth.
FaceFirst has been named one of the top companies to work for in Los Angeles. The compensation, culture and career monitoring website Comparably.com ranked companies by region using data collected from 10 million employee ratings and thousands of salary records.
This year, FaceFirst CEO Peter Trepp will be headed to the ACI-NA Airports@Work Conference to take part in a panel on innovative applications of airport security.
Interested in all things AI? The NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference (GTC) is coming to Silicon Valley March 18-21. GTC is sure to be an amazing opportunity to learn from some of the top experts in artificial intelligence. This year, FaceFirst CEO Peter Trepp and VP of Product Management Roger...
FaceFirst, the leading face recognition platform for retail and public safety, has named Dara Riordan as Executive Vice President of Sales and Chief Revenue Officer. Riordan will be responsible for growing the base of FaceFirst customers across retail, transportation, public safety and many other industries.
Don't miss FaceFirst CEO Peter Trepp's Shoptalk 2019 presentation on the past, preset and future of face recognition for retail.
New survey data has been released showing that Americans overwhelmingly support the use of facial recognition technology for security use cases. The survey, conducted by the Center for Data Innovation, polled 3,151 U.S. adults in December, asking them a variety of questions about how they view facial recognition.
FaceFirst, the leading face recognition platform for retail and public safety, today announced Mask-ID, a new privacy feature that helps individuals maintain anonymity within face recognition systems. Mask-ID instantly blurs facial images without compromising match accuracy.
FaceFirst CEO Peter Trepp’s new book The New Rules of Consumer Privacy proposes a roadmap for balancing consumers’ often competing desires for privacy, security and convenience. LOS ANGELES, NOVEMBER 5, 2018 – Peter Trepp, CEO of face recognition company FaceFirst, has published The New Rules of Consumer Privacy: Building...