How an AI technology protects identities from face recognition

with Gil Perry, founder of D-ID

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How can I learn more about your technology? I’m kind of a world citizen and live and work part of the time in China, Europe and the US and I am interested in my privacy, at least regarding facial recognition technology.

Unlike passwords, you can’t change your face

The face recognition market is growing exponentially and has made our faces our identifiers. Face recognition is widely used all around the globe. Retailers analyze our shopping behavior. Our age, gender, and ethnicity are identified for marketing purposes. And it is used by banks to authenticate transactions, on social networks to tag friends and to unlock our phones. Moreover, governments even use face recognition to identify opponents in protests and rank their citizen's behavior.

Almost all companies store photos of our faces. Our data must be protected because unlike passwords, you can't change your face.

Join Yifat Cohen as she discusses D-ID's technology and applications with its founder Gil Perry:

  • The face recognition market is growing exponentially
  • The risks for security and privacy
  • The need for regulation
  • Solutions for protecting face images - advantages and limitations
  • Face recognition & the challenge of adversarial attacks in the new AI era

We'll dive into a demo and show you how D-ID offers an innovative solution to enhance data protection by way of “Privacy by Design”.


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