Photo of a Emma Yang, creator of the 'Timeless' Alzheimer's app

 

At Kairos, one of our main goals is to better understand how developers use our products. Knowing your challenges and successes helps us learn from each other but also sharing those challenges and successes helps us all connect in our community.

 

Each month we'll be featuring an interview with our customers allowing them to share their journey, knowledge, and advice with our API and SDKs.

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Illustration of a pixelated face with dots overlayed spelling 'A.I'

 

In the summer of 2016 I attended the Viva Technology Summit in Paris where I presented how Kairos is working [with retailers] to humanize artificial intelligence. The Viva Tech Summit is the largest tech event in Europe and is held to bring together “...innovative startups, influent companies, and bright minds”. You can see my original slides at the end of the article.

 

That being said, we decided to break down the barriers and simplify techy terms because the best way to humanize AI is to first humanize the conversation. We hope this discussion proves to be both informative and insightful for our readers and customers. And even though I presented what follows to leaders in the retail industry, we wrote it with any industry in mind.

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Logos of the best facial recognition companies including Kairos, Microsoft and OpenCV

 

Everyone is talking about face recognition and there are a lot of different companies and products out there to help you benefit from it. With some of the biggest brands in the world rolling out their own offerings, it’s an exciting time for the market.

 

Yet, if you’re researching face recognition providers it makes it all the harder to know who’s the right fit for your needs. And we believe you and your business deserve the best facial recognition partner - it’s actually a mission of ours. Throughout 2017 we will be sharing our in-depth guides to making the most of face analysis, and why it should be at the heart of your business.

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Photo of a team of developers on stage at a hackathon about robots and face recognition

 

At Kairos, one of our main goals is to better understand how developers use our products. Knowing your challenges and successes helps us learn from each other but also sharing those challenges and successes helps us all connect in our community.

 

Each month we'll be featuring an interview with our customers allowing them to share their journey, knowledge, and advice with our API and SDKs.

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Cartoon image of a barista at a coffeeshop with digital signs in the background

 

As biometric sensor technology becomes a staple feature in consumerism it will affect various industries, particularly retail.

 

Today facial recognition sensors, that track the face of shoppers, are starting to become adopted by retailers in prime markets. In fact, research by CSC revealed that an estimated 59% of fashion retailers in the United Kingdom are using facial recognition today.

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