Trueface and Modzy are joining forces to encourage the adoption of AI technologies, and of facial recognition in particular. To that end, the two companies will now be offering a solution that combines Truface’s facial recognition tech with Modzy’s portfolio of pre-trained models.
Trueface and Modzy are hoping to market the joint solution to enterprises that want to integrate facial recognition into their existing physical and digital infrastructure. The Trueface platform offers spoof detection to prevent fraud, and has previously been deployed for access control at US Air Force bases and at the Puerto Aventuras Digital Community in Mexico. The partnership with Modzy will allow customers to get that technology up and running more quickly with a standardized last-mile delivery process.
“We see the potential for enterprises who traditionally may have had difficulty operationalizing AI to quickly reap the benefits of our technology through the standard delivery of the Modzy platform’s dockerized container solution,” said Trueface CEO Shaun Moore.
“As we expand in this high-demand area, we sought a partner who provides best-in-class capabilities and a thoughtful, vigilant approach,” added Modzy Head of Partnerships Norm Litterini. “Trueface is a critical capability to enable customers to quickly operationalize AI into strategic initiatives.”
Trueface’s technology was also used to identify survivors in the Bahamas in the wake of Hurricane Dorian in 2019.
November 9, 2020 – by Eric Weiss