Compatible with iPhone and Android devices, the company’s cloud-based watchlist recognition software has been tested on 10 million faces. The algorithm takes advantage of better facial recognition accuracy, which increases tenfold every four years. “Our goal is to be 100% accurate on the order of 10,000 identities,” Sniff says.
Suspect Technologies will start by customizing the product for regional law enforcement agencies in midsized towns, which typically have about 100 wanted felons. The company also plans to introduce its software to schools and businesses for attendance-oriented applications.
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