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By: William Tyree On: July 22, 2015 In: News Comments: 0

“This is the technology that all retailers want, and that all high-shrink stores need,” said Gerald Becker, USS’ vice president of Physical Security. “Being able to identify known shoplifters with nearly 100 percent accuracy is a huge boon to retailers.”

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By: William Tyree On: February 13, 2015 In: News Comments: 0

A BBC Report finds that retail stores are greatly increasing their use of face recognition software to fight crime. See the interview with FaceFirst CEO Joe Rosenkrantz for his take on this powerful technology. SEE VIDEO

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By: William Tyree On: September 18, 2014 In: News Comments: 0

The expansion comes after the system’s success in identifying suspect individuals since its introduction at the airport and the country’s border crossings.

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By: William Tyree On: April 22, 2014 In: News Comments: 0

FaceFirst’s national deployment is the industry’s largest retail deployment of facial recognition and the software company anticipates securing additional retailers in the future.

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By: William Tyree On: January 31, 2014 In: News Comments: 0

More than two dozen San Diego county law enforcement agencies have started testing facial recognition technology used to help identify people in the field. Currently, the software allows officers to compare any photo of your face to a database of local mug shots. But there are concerns about what...

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By: William Tyree On: December 13, 2013 In: News Comments: 0

The FaceFirst surveillance system at the Tocumen International Airport detects 30 people per day with a police background or required by Interpol.

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By: William Tyree On: April 16, 2013 In: News Comments: 0

In the wake of a terror attack, Bloomberg asked FaceFirst to weigh in on the use of face recognition for public safety.

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By: William Tyree On: January 22, 2013 In: News Comments: 0

The program speeds up the identification process and allows officers to spend more time on the streets protecting and serving.

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By: William Tyree On: November 08, 2012 In: News Comments: 0

A new partnership results in the ability to instantly ID a shooter and make it available to law enforcement agencies.

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