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Qingjiu Tao discusses new applications of facial recognition technology

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CGTN’s Rachelle Akuffo spoke to Qingjiu Tao, professor at the Department of Integrated Science and Technology, James Madison University, about the latest applications of facial recognition technology.

Detected Closed Captioning: Style: } } ## Well For More On Facial-recognition I’m Joined By Professor Ching Joe Tau From James Madison University Welcome To The Show Hi How Are You Good Thank You So Which Companies And Countries Are Really The Leading Players In This Space Well If You Look At The Hardware’s Is Probably More 3m And You See Cognitive From Germany And In China It Will Be A Hike Vision From Hangzhou And These Are The Hardware Companies But For Software and I Think Steel The Euro Suspects Like Facebook Amazon Google Microsoft In China It’s By 2 And 10 Cent So This Technology Has Been Around For A While so It’s So Far Which Industries Have Really Made The Best And The Most Use Of this Technology Well The Biggest User Is Do The government Agencies Whether It’s In China Or In U.s. Homeland Security Is Co the Biggest User But Gradually This Technology Is Being Transferred To Commercial Space And I Believe The Retail Industry Is One Of The Biggest who’s Trying To Figure Out A Way To utilize This Now As With Any New Technology That Comes About That There Are Going To Be Some Concerns I Mean obviously This Is People Spaces They absolutely Take It Very Personally So What Would You Say Are The Main Concerns People Have About This Well The Biggest Issue Is All These Biometric Security Technology Is Is That The Great Thing About It It’s Unique It’s Just About You The The Downside Is If We Lose A Password We Can Replace It And If Our Real Biometric Identity Is Lost It’s Lost Forever And And We Know That Hackers Has Been Trying To Get Access To many Of The Biometric Databases So That’s A That’s A Clear Concern Now We Did See With The Samsung’s New Throne It Has This This Retinal Recognition But They Found That Some People Were Able To hold Up A Photograph And Still Gain access How What Sort Of Concerns Are There I mean People’s Appearance Changes What’s Being Done To Look At That That’s Sort Of The Last Generation Of Recognition Technology Is Mostly 2d When You Have A Picture Then You Can Still Fake The The eye Or Iris But Nowadays We Have Developed Some New Technologies Divac To Defeat That Especially The 3d Recognition Where You Will Add Say If You Blink And If You Use Some Life Form to Add To That Identification Process It Helps A Lot And Also Eventual Icing Will Combine Not Just One Form Of Bio Magic just A Phase Or The Iris Will Combine Multiple Of These Then It Becomes Much Much Harder To Copy So Then In Terms Of The Market Potential How Much Use Do You See For This In Everyday Life I Will Gradually Get Into Our Lives For Sure and Based On Different Sources I Can See That The Potential For This Kind Of A Market Will Grow From Say Two Billion Dollars To About Nine Billion Dollars In about Five Years Certainly Impressive very Very Explosive Market And The annual Growth Rate Surely Will Reach About 20% Also And How Will Lawmakers And Government Regulations Keeping Up With This Pace Of Technology They Were Not Able To They Were Trying They Were Not Able To And It’s Not Just Government Agencies It’s Also The Consumer Advocacy Groups Where We Have Concern For Privacy and It Will Be A A Multi-stakeholder Discussion Where You Have The Industry Trying To Push This Technology To The Commercial Field And You Have A Government Agency Trying To Oversee And Regulate It And Then You Have The Consumer Advocacy Groups Trying To Come up With Some Kind Of Balance To Protect The Consumers Identity And This Is Very Precious Identity Fascinating Stuff Indeed Thank You So Much Professor Ching Joe Tell From James Madison University thank You

Detected Closed Captioning: Style: } } ## Well For More On Facial-recognition I’m Joined By Professor Ching Joe Tau From James Madison University Welcome To The Show Hi How Are You Good Thank You So Which Companies And Countries Are Really The Leading Players In This Space Well If You Look At The Hardware’s Is Probably More 3m And You See Cognitive From Germany And In China It Will Be A Hike Vision From Hangzhou And These Are The Hardware Companies But For Software and I Think Steel The Euro Suspects Like Facebook Amazon Google Microsoft In China It’s By 2 And 10 Cent So This Technology Has Been Around For A While so It’s So Far Which Industries Have Really Made The Best And The Most Use Of this Technology Well The Biggest User Is Do The government Agencies Whether It’s In China Or In U.s. Homeland Security Is Co the Biggest User But Gradually This Technology Is Being Transferred To Commercial Space And I Believe The Retail Industry Is One Of The Biggest who’s Trying To Figure Out A Way To utilize This Now As With Any New Technology That Comes About That There Are Going To Be Some Concerns I Mean obviously This Is People Spaces They absolutely Take It Very Personally So What Would You Say Are The Main Concerns People Have About This Well The Biggest Issue Is All These Biometric Security Technology Is Is That The Great Thing About It It’s Unique It’s Just About You The The Downside Is If We Lose A Password We Can Replace It And If Our Real Biometric Identity Is Lost It’s Lost Forever And And We Know That Hackers Has Been Trying To Get Access To many Of The Biometric Databases So That’s A That’s A Clear Concern Now We Did See With The Samsung’s New Throne It Has This This Retinal Recognition But They Found That Some People Were Able To hold Up A Photograph And Still Gain access How What Sort Of Concerns Are There I mean People’s Appearance Changes What’s Being Done To Look At That That’s Sort Of The Last Generation Of Recognition Technology Is Mostly 2d When You Have A Picture Then You Can Still Fake The The eye Or Iris But Nowadays We Have Developed Some New Technologies Divac To Defeat That Especially The 3d Recognition Where You Will Add Say If You Blink And If You Use Some Life Form to Add To That Identification Process It Helps A Lot And Also Eventual Icing Will Combine Not Just One Form Of Bio Magic just A Phase Or The Iris Will Combine Multiple Of These Then It Becomes Much Much Harder To Copy So Then In Terms Of The Market Potential How Much Use Do You See For This In Everyday Life I Will Gradually Get Into Our Lives For Sure and Based On Different Sources I Can See That The Potential For This Kind Of A Market Will Grow From Say Two Billion Dollars To About Nine Billion Dollars In about Five Years Certainly Impressive very Very Explosive Market And The annual Growth Rate Surely Will Reach About 20% Also And How Will Lawmakers And Government Regulations Keeping Up With This Pace Of Technology They Were Not Able To They Were Trying They Were Not Able To And It’s Not Just Government Agencies It’s Also The Consumer Advocacy Groups Where We Have Concern For Privacy and It Will Be A A Multi-stakeholder Discussion Where You Have The Industry Trying To Push This Technology To The Commercial Field And You Have A Government Agency Trying To Oversee And Regulate It And Then You Have The Consumer Advocacy Groups Trying To Come up With Some Kind Of Balance To Protect The Consumers Identity And This Is Very Precious Identity Fascinating Stuff Indeed Thank You So Much Professor Ching Joe Tell From James Madison University thank You

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