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Face array lab report

Hello again.

It’s study week. Hopefully a good many of my classmates will interpret that as “Beer Week” and by default I’ll go up a few notches in the student ranking purely by default before they even see the blundering tripe I’ve written in my report and handed in as a real sciencey psychomology paper thingy. 482 more words

Clinical Psychology

[Interview] Chelsea Chen, Marketing Director and Executive Assistant to CEO of Zillians

 

About Zillians:

 

1. How would you describe your business or startup to someone you meet for the first time?

Zillians has spent years researching and developing GPU computing and artificial intelligence solutions. 1,047 more words

Interviews

Apple granted 60 patents today: Depth mapping for face detection, a new flexible lightning connector dock and more

”The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 60 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today,” Jack Purcher reports for Patently Apple. “In this particular report we cover two of Apple’s distinct granted patents.” 189 more words

News

Cognitec Introduces Video Camera with Integrated Face Detection / Tracking to Complement Real-Time Face Recognition

Dresden-based company Cognitec now offers a highly specialized IP video camera with built-in face detection and tracking technology as a component of its FaceVACS-VideoScan product. The FaceVACS- VideoScan C5 camera provides optimal image quality for real-time face recognition, even under challenging conditions, while requiring low computing hardware and bandwidth resources. 208 more words

Identification

Alibaba develop tool Pay using Face Recognition

Trupowe.com – E-commerce giant Alibaba Group in cooperation with the online payment service Alipay that uses facial recognition technology ‘facial recognition’. The technology is used for online payments, replacing the password. 184 more words

Technology

How your face could replace your credit card

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is working on facial recognition software that would let you pay for purchases just by looking at a screen.

Alibaba is calling the service “Smile to Pay,” according to… 146 more words

Tech

Can the next Step in Cybersecurity Be Tied to the Beat of Our Hearts?

Do you remember all of your passwords? With so many personalised services requiring a secure login, keeping track of our credentials can be a challenge. 851 more words

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