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CyberLink Brings AI Biometric Capabilities to VIVOTEK’s Video Management Platform VAST 2, Creating New Cutting-edge Integrated Security…

CyberLink Corp, a pioneer of AI and facial recognition technologies, collaborates with VIVOTEK, the global leading IP surveillance solution provider, to integrate CyberLink’s FaceMe Security, an AI-based authentication solution into VIVOTEK’s VAST 2 easy to use IP video management software (VMS). The new partnership creates a single platform combining IP camera management, identity verification, time and attendance tracking and more for a wide range of security applications. Marketing Technology News: Centro Positioned as…

IntelligenceBank Launches Facial Recognition

IntelligenceBank - the leading marketing operations platform - announced the launch of Facial Recognition. As an add-on to IntelligenceBank's Digital Asset Management offering, Facial Recognition brings advanced facial identification with auto-tagging by matching files to people. Within IntelligenceBank DAM, users can add a master file with a person's name to 'train' the AI engine. Then whenever a new asset is added featuring that person, his or her name will automatically be added in the keywords. Marketing Technology…

RealNetworks Strengthens SAFR’s Leadership Team with Appointment of Brad Donaldson as Vice President, Computer Vision

RealNetworks, Inc. announced the appointment of Brad Donaldson as Vice President, Computer Vision to lead the strategic development and market expansion of the SAFR product line. Mr. Donaldson's charter is to drive substantial growth of the RealNetworks portfolio of computer vision technologies and solutions, building on its well-established foundation of exceptionally accurate AI-powered facial recognition products. "Brad's deep product expertise, commitment, and fluency in the physical security market immediately…

What’s in a Face? The Challenges and Rewards of AI-Fueled Facial Recognition

As you may know from some of my previous posts, I’m really keen on facial recognition for lots of applications, particularly events. But, as with a lot of new technologies, it’s taking time to really get traction. We recently added facial recognition to open the Zuant app when scanning badges at tradeshows so you’re not constantly fiddling around looking for or trying to remember your password. It’s a great timesaver, as remembering/inputting passwords are huge irritations in our digital world. I’m a big fan of Dashlane,…

How Can You Use Research to Enhance the User Experience?

As more Marketing strategies focus on delivering an enhanced user experience, research has become increasingly popular. 70% of CEOs see it as a competitive differentiator. Digital strategies can benefit drastically from user insights and, as a result, marketers are able to provide a solution that will work best for their specific target audience. By understanding user behaviors, attitudes and needs you can ensure the success of a digital campaign. With 53% of consumers today feeling that brands are failing to meet their…

Trulioo GlobalGateway Expands with Enhanced ID Document Verification Capabilities

Trulioo Marketplace of Identity Data and Sources Addresses Major Challenges in ID Verification and Risk, as Cited in Recent Gartner Report. New Features to the GlobalGateway ID Document Verification Capabilities Include an Image Capture Software Development Kit (SDK) With a Unique Desktop-To-Mobile Workflow, Which Allows for a Holistic Approach to ID Verification That Balances User Experience With Security While Enabling Business to Easily Expand to New Markets and Adapt to New Regulations Trulioo, the leading…

Superson Collaborates with Google to Help Singles in Indonesia on Valentine’s Day

YukMoveOn (Let’s Move On) Shows How Google Apps Can Help All Indonesians, Also the Singles, Those in ‘Almost-But-Not-Quite’ Relationships, and the Ones in the Friend-Zone This Valentine’s Day Freelance-based creative agency Superson has launched their latest collaboration with Google Indonesia with a campaign that offers a fresh perspective to Valentine’s Day by showing support to those less lucky in love. Titled ‘Yuk Move On’ (‘Let’s Move On’), the campaign celebrates those who are single, in ‘almost-but-not-quite’…

Connecting With Customers on the Ground Is Not yet Dead

As our lives become busier and online shopping continues to disrupt the traditional retail sector, you only have to look at the decline of our high streets to know that there is a revolution going on in the way that we shop. In the last year, household names such as Boots, Debenhams and House of Fraser have all been affected by store closures and job losses. But there could be light at the end of the tunnel for big brands trying to reconnect with their customers on the ground, according to retail expert Robert Lockyer, CEO…

Elo Showcases Unified Architecture for Points of Sale and Interactive Retail Technology Solutions at NRF 2020

Elo will feature the latest Retail Technology, along with its wide selection of interactive solutions for creating experiential shopper journeys in-store, at NRF 2020. Elo, a leading global provider of interactive retail solutions, announced exciting additions to its lineup of point-of-sale, self-service, BOPIS and in-store fulfillment solutions, including the new Windows-based EloPOS™ Pack compute platform and two additional display options for EloPOS systems. These additions provide Windows/Intel customers the same…

Panasonic Begins Offering API for Facial Recognition Utilizing Deep Learning Technology

No Initial Fee, Cloud-Based Service Incorporates into Smartphone Apps, Websites, and Access Management Systems Panasonic Corporation announced that starting November 25, 2019, the company will begin offering an application programming interface (API) for its facial recognition technology to the market in Japan. @Panasonic begins offering #API for #FacialRecognition utilizing #DeepLearning technology to the market in Japan. Panasonic first began R&D into facial recognition in the early 1990s, and has continued to…

IMEX19: A Round Up Of The Biggest IMEX Ever

Last week over 14,000 Event and Marketing professionals gathered at Sands Expo in Las Vegas for the ninth annual IMEX America, the biggest event in the meetings industry’s calendar. With a record breaking number of attendees, this year’s exhibition gave professionals from around the globe the opportunity to explore trends and advancements that are impacting event services. IMEX19’s session talking points focused on four central themes: imagination, event tech, experiential, and sustainability. So, what were the key…

Is Facial Recognition the New Business Card?

Facial Recognition (FR) is a sensitive and controversial topic today. The ongoing debate ensues because of issues surrounding use by the police and intelligence service agencies such as the CIA and FBI as well as basic human rights to privacy. My initial thoughts were that the issues are very similar to CCTV (closed caption TV). If you’re conducting yourself in a decent way, what is the problem? Indeed, who can argue that if a good Facial Recognition system linked to a full AI back-end had managed to stop any one of the…

Smile: You’re on Candid Camera! Facial Recognition Comes of Age

AR, VR, autonomous cars are three technologies that once seemed like futuristic science fiction, yet they are mainstream today. Facial recognition is another amazing technology that has arrived on the scene and is dramatically changing how we conduct our personal and professional lives. Singapore's Changi airport is testing a facial recognition system to expedite travelers. The facility is expanding existing uses of the smart ID system and looking into ways to replace passport checks. Naturally, there are doubters.…