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China to build giant facial recognition database to identify any citizen within seconds | South China Morning Post
The goal is for the system to able to match someone’s face to their ID photo with about 90 per cent accuracy.
The project, launched by the Ministry of Public Security in 2015, is under development in conjunction with a security company based in Shanghai.
The system can be connected to surveillance camera networks and will use cloud facilities to connect with data storage and processing centres distributed across the country, according to people familiar with the project.
apac  recognition  ai  identity 
4 days ago by dancall
ITK - Segmentation & Registration Toolkit
Welcome to the National Library of Medicine Insight Segmentation and Registration Toolkit (ITK).  ITK is an open-source, cross-platform system that provides developers with an extensive suite of software tools for image analysis.  Developed through extreme programming methodologies, ITK employs leading-edge algorithms for registering and segmenting multidimensional data. The goals for ITK include:
software  image  process  graphics  recognition 
5 days ago by sprague
Amazon Alexa devices can finally tell voices apart | TechCrunch
One of the Amazon Echo’s biggest blindspots has just been addressed. Starting today, the company will finally start rolling out customized voice detection. That means users in multi-person homes will be able to get individualized experiences, based on voice recognition. So each user gets their personalized shopping list, music selections and the like.

The feature is one of the spots where Amazon has been playing catch-up with Google, in spite of its multi-year head start. Google announced the functionality back in April, making the product a much more enticing buy for crowded households.
amazon  echo  voice  recognition  ai 
8 days ago by dancall
Piccadilly Circus digital billboards to target passing cars with specific ads | IAB UK
The famous digital advertising billboards in London's Piccadilly Circus are set to be illuminated again later this month following nine months of darkness for maintenance work.
As part of this, the boards have been installed with artificial intelligence (AI) that is able to scan and recognise specific models of passing cars and use data insights relating to who is most likely to be driving these vehicles to target ads at them, Wired reports.
This signals an innovative new approach to advertising, while the digital display boards now also have the ability to show a single advert rather than just six separate ones. The old screens have been merged to allow for one brand to dominate the boards for 30 seconds every ten minutes.
outdoor  ai  recognition 
8 days ago by dancall
oOh! IN PARTNERSHIP WITH PHD ASKS SHOPPERS TO SMILE FOR FIRST MOOD RECOGNITION CAMPAIGN FOR NUTELLA ACROSS AUSTRALIA AND NZ | oOh!media AU
Shoppers’ facial expressions will determine the advertising creative they see on a new campaign for Nutella that, in an Australia and New Zealand advertising first, uses facial mapping technology to determine their mood and personalises creative to match.
Using the Kinect camera built into oOh!media’s fully interactive EXICTE panels, the facial mapping technology will determine whether a shopper that is engaged with the panel is happy, inspired or grumpy and display an ad for a new range of mood-labelled Nutella jars.
outdoor  ai  recognition  stunts 
10 days ago by dancall
Get Intelligent Kiosk - Microsoft Store
Welcome to the Intelligent Kiosk! Here you will find several demos showcasing the Perceptual Intelligence power of Azure Machine Learning, the Cortana Intelligence Suite and the Microsoft Cognitive Services.
msft  microsoft  cognitive  api  services  realtime  facial  recognition  ai  machine  learning 
13 days ago by fang

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