IDEMIA Tops NIST FRVT1 Face Recognition rankings for accuracy.
IDEMIA Tops NIST FRVT1 Face Recognition – IDEMIA reports its 1:N algorithm has achieving the best accuracy in the latest Face Recognition Vendor Test (FRVT) from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
IDEMIA 1:N ranked first among 114 tested systems in NIST’s latest FRVT1, which test facial recognition performance in one-to-many (1:N) scenarios, comparing 1 face image against a large database of face images to return one or more matching images. IDEMIA achieved the best accuracy score of 99.88 per cent correct matches out of 12 million face images.
According to IDEMIA, its facial recognition solutions work with or without a mask and are designed to offer the best trade-off between speed and accuracy, demographic parity, while also processing face profile images.
IDEMIA Tops NIST FRVT1 Face Recognition
“These results are further evidence that IDEMIA is committed to the highest level of technology for its AI solutions in line with its mission to make the world safer through developing state-of-the-art identity technologies,” said Jean-Christophe Fondeur, IDEMIA’s chief technology officer.
“We are very proud to outperform the market in line with our long-standing and ongoing 40-plus-year pledge to provide law enforcement agencies with the very best systems on the market.”
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