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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.


The Fast Pace of Facial Recognition Innovation - ReadWrite

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Facial recognition technology has finally begun to enter the science fiction landscape we had all dreamt it would soon do. This change in pace is attributed to the significant advances in machine learning, resilient ODM (original design manufacturer) competition and increases in processing power that will forever democratize and commoditize facial recognition technology.


Buyer's Guide to Online Identity Verification

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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.


Biometrics, AI, machine learning innovations to boost gaming industry growth

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Casino executives, industry analysts and lawyers attended a conference at the UNLV Boyd School of Law to consult on how biometrics, AI and machine learning could shape the future of Las Vegas casinos, writes the Nevada Independent. While there are many opportunities for the gaming industry, most machine learning and facial recognition-enabled product ideas addressed customer service and customer recognition. These include slot machines that leverage facial biometrics to recognize important or banned players, and reduce fraud attempts, or facial recognition-equipped tables to help pit managers identify and track known players. "What we're seeing is this introduction of technology into the gaming industry in ways we've never seen before, and because of it, it started to raise issues -- or questions -- as to how this works and what the ramifications could be for things like patron privacy, anonymity and data protection," said Anthony Cabot, Distinguished Fellow in Gaming Law at the UNLV Boyd School of Law and event organizer. While speakers focused on presentations about competing laws and technology problems, there was not enough discussion on how to solve these problems, according to the report, yet Cabot hopes the gaming industry and regulators will join forces to deliver solutions.