“Smith said Microsoft is focusing on six strategies to ensure responsible AI – to ensure AI is fair and unbiased; secure and safe; protects people’s privacy; inclusive; transparent; and accountable.
“These issues around facial recognition go to the heart of democratic freedoms, and it will be the world’s great democracies that need to lead the way…There should be safeguards put in place including in the law to ensure that government cannot use facial recognition in a way that would impinge on our most cherished democratic freedoms,” he added.”
“France-based AI company ubble has acquired more than €10 million (appr. $11.2 million) in capital through a round led Breega and Partech and Breega. The funds raised will reportedly be used to develop ubble’s remote onine ID verification product which will include biometric facial recognition.
The AI-focused firm said it’s planning to establish a leading presence in the digital ID verification sector.”
With the FaceMe AI Facial Recognition solution retailers can analyze customer information such as gender, VIP status, emotion, age, and name. An interactive dashboard records real-time in-store analytics. The results can help determine consumer behavior at every touchpoint. A real-time graph shows unique visitors, numbers of visits, average visit time, and total visit time.”
“Formerly known as Face++ before rebranding in January 2019, Megvii has transformed itself from a facial recognition algorithm provider into a fully-fledged artificial intelligence of things (AloT) service provider
For personal IoT, Megvii technologies enable over 3.5 billion instances of facial identification and payments processes every day and its algorithms cover 70 per cent of the mainland China Android market.
Its supply chain IoT enabled the on-time delivery of over 1.5 million packages during the Singles’ Day shopping spree with the help of 400 robots”