|Dutton says facial recognition in lieu of passports 'very close' to reality|
Added: 21.02.2018 5:08 | 16 views | 0 comments
The country's newly crowned Minister for Home Affairs Peter Dutton has said facial recognition at airports in Australia is merely a few 'technology generations' away from being rolled out.
|How Many Ways Might iPhone X's Face ID Go Wrong?|
Added: 21.02.2018 1:57 | 2 views | 0 comments
When Apple unveiled its iPhone X on Tuesday, officials highlighted the device's advanced functionality, including what truly could be a game changing feature, its facial recognition technology. The new handset allows users to unlock it simply by looking at it. The 10th anniversary edition of Apple's flagship mobile device is the first Apple handset to utilize Face ID.
|Are you fan of Apple? You're Going to enjoy next month|
Added: 16.02.2018 13:47 | 27 views | 0 comments
Apple looks set to unveil a bunch of new products in September but you better prepare for a hefty price tag. Apple will reportedly release three new versions of the iPhone and a new Apple TV model, according to Buzzfeed. Sources told the website that the most expensive iPhone model will be priced at around $1,000. It will reportedly feature a bezel-less, curved OLED screen, unlock using facial recognitions and charge through magnetic induction, according to the New York Times. The September launch event will also see the fifth generation Apple TV released to the market. It is said to support 4K streaming and offer double the video resolution of the previous model. The upgraded Apple TV comes as the company invests its original programming in a bid to compete with Netflix and Amazon Prime Video Apple shares were up 0.33% in premarket trading, indicated to open at $159.79, after closing at $159.27 on Thursday. Watch More with TheStreet: Jim Cramer Reveals What European Central Bank President Mario Draghi Should Say at Jackson Hole From Catalogs to Catastrophe: A Sears Timeline How J&J's Chief Medical Officer Fell In Love With Science -- In a Bakery Ignore Jackson Hole, Focus On This Instead When It Comes To Gold - CEO Video provided by TheStreet
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|Singapore's OCBC Bank goes live with NEC's facial recognition system|
Added: 14.02.2018 5:54 | 15 views | 0 comments
Using NeoFace, NEC's artificial intelligence engine for face recognition, the bank is able to identify its 'VIP' customers as they enter the branch.
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