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  • [New] The global biometrics market is expected to reach $45.96 billion by 2024 as the network formed by partnerships between tech and biometric companies continues expanding. / CUInsight
  • [New] The computer vision market could grow from $10.9 billion in 2019 to $17.4 billion by 2024 if the current trend continues, as external investments in computer vision startups surpasses $3.5 billion. / VentureBeat
  • [New] Automated fingerprint identification technology is currently used in three information systems (the Schengen Information System, the European dactyloscopy database and the Visa Information System) and will also be used in another two. / Epthinktank
  • [New] In the next five years, the convergence of computer vision applications with additional sensor data will provide further contextual information, unlocking even better visibility and truly transforming safety operations. / Samsara
  • Continuous advancements in data processing technologies such as AI, specifically machine learning, computer vision and edge computing, will enable dynamic and timely spatial analysis at the scale that is required for financial decision making in a global economy. / Smith School
  • There's people all across the Postal Service and their contractors looking at the business of processing 40% of the world's mail - and how artificial intelligence and computer vision might assist. / Nextgov
  • 600 million mobile devices would be equipped with biometric authentication by 2021, while Mercator forecasts that 66% of smartphone owners will use biometrics by 2024 (a 15% increase from 2020). / Fintech Magazine
  • Europe is the expected region in terms of growth in deep learning in computer vision market. / The Manomet Current
  • The AI in computer vision market is estimated to be valued at USD 15.9 billion in 2021 and reach USD 51.3 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 26.3% between 2021 and 2026. / PR Newswire
  • Connecting to SITA's Smart Path solution, the Star Alliance Biometrics platform will be able to use SITA's shared airport infrastructure already available in more than 460 airports. / Business Wire
  • The global automotive biometrics market is expected to get a big boost from driver monitoring systems, a market growing by over 10% from last year to 2021, and expected to grow at a 12% compound annual growth rate to $1.64 billion in 2025. / Biometric Update |
  • APAC is attributed to growing at the highest CAGR in AI in computer vision market during the forecast period (2021-2026). / PR Newswire
  • Advancements in machine vision technology, such as smart cameras and automation, have increased the scope of AI in computer vision market in the manufacturing industry, which is expected to grow at the second-highest CAGR by 2026. / PR Newswire
  • There's a huge wave of billion-dollar computer vision startups coming and Forbes expects the computer vision market to reach USD 49 billion by 2022. / bitgrit Data Science Publication
  • Passengers who are members of Star Alliance members' Frequent Flyer programs will be able to complete touchless processes with any other participating airline using their face biometrics. / Biometric Update |
  • A proposed moratorium on the use of facial recognition other biometric technologies in America will soon be reintroduced into Congress. / Biometric Update |
  • The market for biometric technologies is exploding, estimated to reach $77 B by 2027, and many business sectors including banking, government, healthcare, are more closely looking to integrate biometric securities into their everyday operations. / Biometric Update |
  • Far from being a spam filter, the Vade Filter Engine today features multiple AI technologies, including Machine Learning and Computer Vision, to protect users around the world from sophisticated email threats, including phishing, spear phishing, and malware. / Vade Secure
  • AI uses face recognition to warn users when their Flickr images are used to train an AI model. / DeepLearning.AI
  • Integration of Amazon's accounts and payment systems with in-store tech, such as computer vision systems and smart shelves, is part of the magic of its contactless stores - but not all cashierless stores will rely on computer vision technology. / Business News World

Last updated: 01 August 2021