Facial recognition systems have become an advanced method to be able, for example, to unlock a phone, laptop or computer. However, facial recognition is not without some controversy, especially in terms of privacy and the true efficiency of the system.
Facial recognition has always given a feeling of not being very effective and easily vulnerable when using photographs. The RealSense ID of Intel promises to be much more advanced with its anti-spoofing technology with which pictures can not be used. Intel says the chances of unlocking a PC with RealSense ID is one in a million. The system also processes all locally captured facial images and encrypts them.
Intel appears to have improved facial recognition with greater precision, being able to detect depth and features more efficiently.
“The solution is also activated solely through user knowledge and will not authenticate unless prompted by a previously registered user,” Intel said. “As with all Intel technology, we are working to ensure the ethical application of RealSense and the protection of human rights. ” Intel said.
Intel will launch the RealSense ID in this first quarter of 2021 with a price of 99 dollars. We hope to see it in action soon. Will it be as good as they say? We’ll see. You can see more information on the official website of Intel. We will keep you informed.