Facial recognition is a biometric software application that can identify and verify a person based on their facial features.
It matches and measures unique characteristics for the purpose of identification.
Facial recognition software uses deep learning algorithms to compare a real or digital image with a saved original
screenshot to verify a person’s identity. It works by searching for two different images with subsequent matching of
files in order to search for similarities.
ABBC foundation uses facial recognition to help customers make payments for products or services by simply glancing
at their phone or tablet. This makes transactions quick and easy. It removes identification from what you know,
such as a password, to who you actually are.
High-quality facial recognition systems, such as the one used by the ABBC platform, are 99.7% accurate and can
tell the difference between similar face structures. Facial recognition systems have been tested at government
level in a number of countries and have been proved to be more difficult to crack than older technologies
like fingerprint scanners.