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There are 3 types of face recognition technology. This is what to know about them (and your privacy)

January 30, 2024 Eagle Eye Networks

Eagle Eye Networks CEO Dean Drako in Fast Company

Fast Company published a thought leadership article by Eagle Eye Networks Founder and CEO Dean Drako about facial recognition technology in video surveillance, including the beneficial applications, differences, and potential risks. 

Advances in artificial intelligence-enabled by cloud video management systems-are making this technology more accessible to both government organizations and private businesses.


Face recognition technologies help identify and apprehend criminal suspects, enhance airport security, and streamline entrances to workplaces. As such, they’re some of the most useful and promising video surveillance applications available today.

The technology will become even more widespread as advancements in cloud computing and AI continue to enhance its accuracy and usability. Despite its advantages, privacy concerns inevitably surround face recognition technology.

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