Moving beyond the cloud, the secret to faster data processing lies on the ‘edge’. Edge computing uses a distributed network of highly-local computers to process information rather than draw upon resources provided by an Amazon, Microsoft or Google servers.
Facial recognition technology truly excels when it is applied to correctly identifying people in large crowds. We’re already seeing powerful access control systems deployed in different locations. So, using facial recognition in airports is a logical next step.
From catching criminals to tracing missing children, facial recognition technology is improving the way we live. We’ve rounded up some of the most interesting and inspiring stories here, proving that the benefits of facial recognition are now almost impossible to overlook.
Security guards can’t catch every shoplifter, but modern facial recognition technology can. Facial recognition and object detection technologies are going to be crucial in spotting criminals and preventing theft. Find out how it works.
Online shopping is usually blamed for the decline of our high streets and shopping malls. Facial recognition could be the key to providing a better in-store customer experience and beating the threat that internet shopping poses,