Business Insider / March 25, 2014
By Barry Levine
We are now in the age of face-recognition-as-a-service. That’s the word from the CEO of a facial recognition company that is now licensing an API for its military-grade face recognition.
Paul Schuepp, head of New Hampshire-based Animetrics, told VentureBeat that his company’s FaceR API converts a 2D image – even a low-res one in a photo or video from a smartphone — into a 3D model for more accurate identification.