Facial recognition checks are now part of the standard procedure when registering for mobile phone services in China.
Artificial intelligence software company Megvii, also commonly known as Face++, expects their plans for an IPO in Hong Kong to be approved this week
A Chinese wildlife park in Hangzhou was sued by a Chinese law professor after using a facial recognition system that scans all visitors to the park. According to Chinese media Beijing Youth Daily, a district court in Hangzhou has taken on the controversial case.
According to Russian state media Sputnik, Huawei has now completed the acquisition of a Moscow security technology company called Vokord. The acquisition cost $50 million, mainly for the company's technical patents and talents in facial recognition.
From train tickets and concert shows, to medical appointments, swindlers can be found in many places in China. While some residents benefit from their services by being able to secure some of the services they need, albeit, at a higher price.
SenseTime, a Beijing-based industry leader in artificial intelligence (AI), has made a strategic move into Singapore through the signing of memoranda of understanding (MOU) with three leading Singaporean organizations.
Didi Chuxing resumed its Hitch service on May 19, two weeks after the tragic murder of a 21-year-old female passenger in a night hitch ride.
On the afternoon of April 9th, Smartisan Technology officially released their new Nut 3, which is positioned at the 1000-yuan ($158.5) market.
Railway stations in Beijing, Shanghai, Nanchang and other cities adopted facial recognition systems that identify each passenger in three seconds. Shenzhen Railway Police formed a robot police team for the Spring Festival. China's train-ticketing website 12306.cn developed Graphics Verification Code security to prevent ticket scalpers.