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Corsight AI Appoints Sean Borg To Drive ANZ Growth

Corsight AI has expanded its reach and offering throughout the Oceania market, and has appointed Sean Borg to accelerate market growth and support the regional surge in demand for facial recognition technology.

Borg will be responsible for evangelising the ethical stance of Corsight’s technology and how, when used appropriately, it can be adopted as a force for good. Based out of Sydney, he will be supported by an appropriate team of highly skilled professionals to help serve customer needs.

“This is the next stage in our global growth strategy and we are excited to expand our specialisms in core markets in Oceania, including government agencies and companies in a variety of sectors, including law enforcement, aviation, retail, entertainment, among others,” said Rob Watts, CEO of Corsight.

“The biometric market in Oceania region is evolving and maturing at pace, and we are delighted that Sean will be driving our offering in the region. Sean has over 30 years’ experience in electronic security and has been responsible for facial recognition solutions being deployed in casinos, government establishments, a renowned turf club and many others. He is a trusted expert in this region, and I look forward to working with him to achieve great things.”

Rated highly by NIST and The US Department for Homeland Security, Corsight’s facial recognition technology is the only one on the market that allows for a more comprehensive, ethical and accurate detection of identifying individuals features, driving down false positives and enhancing accuracy for users. The technology exceeds the human brain’s ability to register and recognise faces in challenging environments – even with face masks that have become a significant part of the post Covid-19 reality.

According to Watts, Corsight AI technology is being welcomed in a region that is recognised as being early biometric adopters, with ANZ having a more receptive view for ethical facial recognition. In Australia law courts, casino and other establishments have already adopted facial recognition to keep people safe from real-time threats.

“I was very impressed with the Corsight product, but just as important, the values and ethics of the management team, which I plan to emulate in the Oceania region,” Borg said. “Corsight’s facial recognition technology is cutting edge and I can truly see its power as a force of good through the many ways in which it can benefit societies across Oceania.”


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