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...
FaceFirst, a globally recognized leader in facial recognition, and Genetec Inc. (“Genetec”), a leading provider of open architecture, unified IP security and public safety solutions, today announced a strategic alliance.
FaceFirst, the leading provider of face recognition solutions for retail, today announced the release of Sentinel-IQ, a next-generation face recognition surveillance platform designed with retail customers in mind.