Israeli Startup D-ID Offers Powerful Counter To Facial Recognition Tech
D-ID, short for De-Identification, uses advanced deep learning and image processing technologies to render images unrecognizable to facial recognition algorithms.
June 01, 2020
Israeli Startup D-ID Raises $13.5M To Protect Against Unauthorized Facial Recognition
Founded in 2017, the company uses propriety software to remove biometric data from photos and videos.
May 27, 2020
Israeli Startup Raises $5M For Facial Recognition Tech That Can Identify Masked Faces
The new firm says its technology can identify individuals in population centers and contend with facial coverings, poor lighting, long-distance identification, and difficult angles.
April 23, 2020
Microsoft Launches Probe Into Investment In Israeli Facial Recognition Startup AnyVision
Microsoft said the probe would center on determining whether AnyVision's applications of face, body, and object-recognition comply with Microsoft's ethical principles against facial recognition for mass surveillance.
November 17, 2019
AI Tech Uses Facial Analysis To Detect Rare Genetic Disorders
DeepGestalt is a deep learning technology created by a team of Israeli and American researchers and computer scientists at the Boston-based FDNA company.
March 31, 2019
Face.com Releases KLIK 1.0: Mobile Face Recognition Software
Face.com, the leader in online face recognition technology, yesterday released the production version of their iPhone camera app, KLIK 1.0. KLIK uses real-time mobile face recognition to automatically detect faces, and even identify friends in photos allowing users to easily tag and share photos of their friends.
May 11, 2012
Face.com: Facial Recognition For The Masses
Face.com is an Israeli startup founded in 2008 that provides websites and mobile apps with code to implement face recognition. So far, Face.com, which is free and is used by Facebook and Twitter, has recognized or detected 35 billion faces.
December 26, 2011