Face Recognition: A New Way Of Security

Posted By :Vikas Verma |29th September 2020

Many biometric techniques are used for identifying humans such as signature, fingerprint, speech, face, and hand geometric recognition. Of these, face recognition techniques is the simplest and most consistent. It is because facial recognition does not require active human cooperation. The basic functionality of face recognition goes through - verification, photography, identification, and result.

While finding and knowing a comprehensive photo database is a daunting task, this biometric software application works as a reliable and robust security system. It is used in various fields such as driver's license system, ATMs, passport verification, rail booking, mobile platforms, and other monitoring and evaluation functions.

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WHAT IS FACE RECOGNITION?
Face recognition is a technology that can identify or verify a topic with an image, video, or any visual object with its face. Typically, this identifier is used to access a program, program, or service.

It is a biometric identification method that uses those physical steps, in this case, the face and head, to verify a person's identity with a pattern of biometric data and data. The technology collects a unique set of individual biometric data associated with face-to-face identification, verification, and/or authentication.

 


In-depth Learning Programs Used for Face Recognition
Currently, these are four well-known DL programs that work together

DeepFace
DeepID series of programs
VGGFace
FaceNet
DeepFace-
According to Deep convolutional neural networks, DeepFace is an in-depth face recognition program. Created by Facebook, it detects and determines the identity of a person's face through digital photography, which is reported to be 97.35% accurate.

DeepID- It was first invented by Yi Sun in his paper Deep Learning Face Representation from predicting 10,000 classes, secret identity of the discovery of a common object, which is counted among the first models of in-depth face-to-face learning. DeepID has gained more accuracy than people in the project.

VGGFace- By Omkar Parkhi, Andrea Vedaldi, and Andrew Zisserman of VGG (Visual Geometry Group) in Oxford for their paper “Deep Face Recognition.”
 
This paper has contributed to understanding the construction of the enormous data needed to train CNN's modern face recognition systems. A set of available data is then used as the basis for CNN's deep development of visual functions.

FaceNet- To achieve technical results in standard data sets, FaceNet uses a three-loss function to study vectors for better results in feature extraction and, consequently, authentication.

 

 

FACE RECOGNITION SYSTEM
Face Recognition / Biometric Face Technology has a wide variety of applications; for example, using the built-in camera, tablet, or computer, face recognition software can change the passwords of the device account and users' access passwords. In law enforcement, technology can assist in the identification of a suspect, while border controls can be used to make security operations more consistent. Another popular system for face recognition programs is to control access to a high-value area. In the commercial sector, retailers and retailers use technology as a means of collecting important personal information.


The facial procedure can make two variations depending on when it is performed:

That is, for the first time, a face-to-face recognition system to register and associate you with identity, in the sense that it is recorded in the system. This process is also known as digital onboarding with face recognition.
The exception is where the user is verified, before registration. In this process, incoming data from the camera falls through the existing data in the database. If the face matches the registered ID, the user is given access to the system with his or her credentials.

 

 

HOW DOES THIS WORKS?
Face recognition systems capture incoming images from a camera device in a three- or three-dimensional way depending on the device's features.

These compare the relevant details of the incoming image signal in real-time on a photo or video in a database, which is more reliable and secure than the information obtained from the still image. This biometric face recognition process requires an internet connection because the database cannot be accessed on the capture device as it is hosted on servers.

In this face comparison, we statistically analyze the incoming image without the error limit and confirm that the biometric data is the same as the person who should use the service or request access to the program, program, or structure.

Thanks to the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technology, face recognition systems can operate with the highest standards of safety and reliability. Similarly, due to the combination of these algorithms and computer techniques, the process can be performed in real-time.

 

BIOMETRIC FACIAL RECOGNITION
Face recognition uses a focus on validation or validation. These technologies are used, for example, in situations such as:

The second authentication feature is to add additional security to any login process.
Access to mobile applications without a password.
Access to pre-contracted Internet services (sign in to online platforms, for example).
Access to Hotels, Building, Offices, etc.
How to pay, both in physical stores and online.
Access to a locked device.
Access guest services (airports, hotels…).
SMILEID, THE SOLUTION TO THE STANDARD BIOMETRIC FACIAL RUNNION
At Electronic Identification  SmileID is developed,  faomet-based bio-metric recognition solution


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Vikas Verma

He is frontend developer. He is a learner by heart and has a passion and profile to adapt various technologies.

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