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Face Recognition: What Can a Face Recognition App Be Capable Of and How to Make It Happen?

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There Is a Range of Tasks Your Face Recognition App Can Be Designed to Perform If You Use the Right Face Recognition Methods. The Facial Recognition technology has been one of those, gaining ground fastest over recent years and one that is still, obviously, pretty far from its heyday. Invented to, virtually, enhance, or rather, extend one of the 6 human senses, it is finding new, often, critically important (such as, for example, its role in the war on terror) uses and becoming more wide-spread globally by the day. According to Researchandmarkets.com, the total worth of the global Face Recognition software market is estimated to have constituted some USD 3.85 billion in 2017 and it is predicted to reach USD 9.78 billion in 2023, thus showing a nearly threefold growth. This can only mean that while giving those better equipped with Face Recognition apps an edge and an additional means of control, the rapidly developing Facial Recognition technology is also becoming a competitive factor for businesses in various industry sectors.


Big Data: The Key to Unlocking Facial Recognition in Business

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Companies everywhere are looking for ways to improve customer service. For example, companies with call-in support centers might track how long agents take to answer calls, or how long customers stay on hold. While many companies are looking at every possible method to gain customer insights, many don't go far enough. How many businesses take facial recognition into account as a way to track the quality of their customer service efforts? Big data could make facial recognition for brick-and-mortar businesses just as ubiquitous as call tracking is for call centers.


Face Recognition: What Can a Face Recognition App Be Capable Of and How to Make It Happen?

#artificialintelligence

There Is a Range of Tasks Your Face Recognition App Can Be Designed to Perform If You Use the Right Face Recognition Methods. The Facial Recognition technology has been one of those, gaining ground fastest over recent years and one that is still, obviously, pretty far from its heyday. Invented to, virtually, enhance, or rather, extend one of the 6 human senses, it is finding new, often, critically important (for example, public security-related) uses and becoming more wide-spread globally by the day. According to Researchandmarkets.com, the total worth of the global Face Recognition software market is estimated to have constituted some USD 3.85 billion in 2017 and it is predicted to reach USD 9.78 billion in 2023, thus showing a nearly threefold growth. This can only mean that while giving those better equipped with Face Recognition apps an edge and an additional means of control, the rapidly developing Facial Recognition technology is also becoming a competitive factor for businesses in various industry sectors.


Three AI marketing trends for brick-and-mortar retailers - MarTech Today

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is clearly making its mark on retail marketing, and it's having the biggest impact in the digital world due to the inherently trackable and quantifiable nature of activity on websites, in digital purchasing and within user accounts. The volume and cleanliness of the e-commerce data make this a perfect environment for leveraging AI. That's why it's no surprise that Amazon is one of the paramount AI powerhouses in the world. The volume of data generated by logged-in user accounts on their website -- such as information on purchases, add to cart actions, clicks and searches -- is huge and allows them to tailor and customize their offerings and grow the business. Brick-and-mortar businesses don't have the same advantages.


Data Convergence; The Role of Machine Learning in Retail - Retail TouchPoints

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Customers are more tech savvy than ever. Armed with smartphones, they have the entire Internet at their fingertips, which can be either a hazard or an opportunity for retailers. The last thing a brick-and-mortar store wants is to lose a sale because a customer scans a barcode and finds the item cheaper elsewhere.