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Seeing past the marketing fluff: How to identify trustworthy biometric providers
Today, the main risk of using biometrics is not inaccuracy, but ensuring the protection of sensitive personal data. Any potential intrusion of privacy, real or perceived, risks the reputation of the companies using the technology, and has the potential to seriously damage customer trust.
“This technology has helped in so many cases. I hope it will be used even more,” says a liveness check expert Peter Molčány
Videocalls have been a foolproof standard for liveness checks, but they are expensive, unnecessary and difficult to scale.
The place where world-class AI is made
Visit the Brno located AI lab, where a team of enthusiastic computer scientists design and code the intelligent engine behind the trusted biometric solutions.
How independent testing has impacted face recognition accuracy– and helped create trustworthy marketing
Does a generic claim like “99.99% accuracy” really make the grade now, if not supported by evidence from independent assessments?
5 peculiar cases of identity theft and how they could have been prevented
The digital age has opened up new, easily accessible avenues for ID fraud.
What if biometric recognition systems would spread in the comics universe? No Clark Kent would stand a single chance to cover up his “side job”!
How the accuracy of facial recognition technology has improved over time
No biometric system is error-free, but year by year the accuracy gets more and more exact.
Face to Face:
Building Trust through Accurate Facial Recognition
Humans vs. machines: Who does it better?