Apple takes its security and Artificial Intelligence a step higher

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In order to take its security and Artificial Intelligence benefits a step higher, Apple allegedly has acquired Israeli cyber security firm RealFace that specializes in facial recognition innovation.

As per the details provided by report released by Times of Israel the startup was established in 2014, was taken over by Apple for an expected sum of $2 million.

This acquisition had added fuel to the current rumors about the fact that iPhone’s next model may accompany facial authentication innovation. RealFace has built up a special facial recognition innovation that incorporates artificial intelligence and “brings back human perception to digital processes”.The organization has goals of making profound learning-controlled biometric logins standard and passwords redundant while opening your cell phone or PC.

The Israeli startup likewise built up a now-old application called Pickeez, which chose and examined a client’s best photographs crosswise over different stages utilizing the RealFace acknowledgment programming.

This is Apple’s third huge procurement in machine learning space as of late. Before RealFace, it procured Seattle-based machine learning startup called Turi for near $200 million. Next was TupleJump, an India/US based machine learning organization that Cupertino goliath obtained to streamline information administration innovations.

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Madhurima Goyal, From ITvoir News Desk

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