Intel on Wednesday expanded its family of RealSense 3D cameras with an on-device system for facial recognition. Intel said its new RealSense ID camera system combines an active depth sensor with a specialized neural network designed to perform facial authentication on consumer-facing devices such as point-of-sale systems, ATMs and kiosks. Introduced in , Intel's RealSense 3D technology uses cameras to measure depth and enable computing systems to read facial expressions and gestures. This latest RealSense ID system takes that core technology and packages it in a way that makes it easier to use in retail and secure access control scenarios.
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How to Set Windows 10 Hello Facial Recognition
How to Improve Facial Recognition In Windows 10
You can sign into Windows 10 via your face, as long as your computer has a supported camera. Microsoft's Windows Hello offers a few different authentication methods so you can sign into Windows 10 without using a conventional password. You can adopt a PIN, a physical security key, your fingerprint, or facial recognition. The facial recognition option can be handy as all you need do is glance at your computer's camera to authenticate yourself. But, only certain cameras support Windows Hello facial recognition, and you have to set up the feature for it to scan and recognize your face. On the plus side, if you're able to set up facial recognition, you can use it for more than just signing in to Windows
Using facial recognition software tools , you can access your Windows 10 PC quickly and securely, without typing your username and password. KeyLemon is a desktop app that allows to unlock your Windows session using your camera. This software is highly accurate and secure.
The US Department of Homeland Security DHS is piloting facial recognition technologies that can see through face masks with a "promising" level of accuracy, meaning that travelers could end up breezing through airports without the need to uncover their mouths and noses at border checks. Every year since , the rally brings together experts, technology vendors and volunteers to test top-notch biometric systems, and make sure that they are up to the challenges posed by the use of facial recognition technology in a variety of scenarios. This year, in response to the new imperatives brought by the COVID pandemic, the rally has focused on evaluating the ability of AI systems to reliably collect and match images of individuals wearing an array of different face masks, with a view of eventually deploying the technology in international airports around the country.