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A Buyer's Guide to Identity Verification Solutions

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In this increasingly cluttered marketplace of online ID and identity verification, it's difficult to separate the pretenders from the contenders. While no one solution can meet every organization's needs, the intent of this Buyer's Guide is to provide important information about how the solutions work and the key functional requirements you'll want to consider.


Buyer's Guide to Online Identity Verification

#artificialintelligence

In this increasingly cluttered marketplace of online ID and identity verification, it's difficult to separate the pretenders from the contenders. While no one solution can meet every organization's needs, the intent of this Buyer's Guide is to provide important information about how the solutions work and the key functional requirements you'll want to consider.


Twitter will bring back verification requests

Engadget

After years of putting off promises to fix its messy verification policy, Twitter might soon make it easier for users to get that coveted blue checkmark. The company is working on a new feature that will allow users to request verification, according to screenshots posted by app researcher Jane Manchun Wong. The images, which were not disputed by Twitter, show a "request verification" feature in the app's account settings. Twitter is working on "Request Verification" (I'm not Twitter employee. The company previously allowed users to request verification, but "paused" the feature in 2017 after Twitter verified a white supremacist. But the return of verification requests will apparently be accompanied by a larger revamp of the policy.


Three ID Verification Trends and Predictions for 2017

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Philipp Pointner, VP Product of digital ID verification experts Jumio, highlights key issues in CNP fraud, mobile banking and the sharing economy that are set to affect businesses in 2017, whilst looking back at 2016's major trends to make insightful recommendations As 2016 draws to a close, businesses are taking stock of a year that witnessed ever more data breaches and cybersecurity incidents, the continued development of digital and mobile banking, as well as initiatives to boost consumer trust in the Sharing Economy. One thing that ties these three issues together is their reliance on security, specifically in the authentication and ID verification space. As we move into 2017, Philipp Pointner, VP Product of digital ID verification experts Jumio, outlines the opportunities and pitfalls for businesses operating in these areas, and how best to learn from 2016's major trends: Jumio delivers the next-generation in digital ID verification, enabling businesses to reduce fraud and increase revenue while providing a fast, seamless customer experience. Jumio uses computer vision technology combined with biometric facial recognition to verify credentials issued by over 200 countries in real time web and mobile transactions. Jumio's solutions are used by leading companies in the financial services, sharing economy, retail, travel and online gaming sectors.


[P] Verification of Reinforcement Learning • r/MachineLearning

@machinelearnbot

I am currently taking a course in the verification of cyber-physical systems. When I say that, think formal and probabilistic verification of state machines for safety. It's a graduate course and the professor wants us all to do a large project. Anything that somewhat relates to the course material is fair game. I thought about mixing it together with machine learning.