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Face recognition has become a trend. Various fragmentary reports on face recognition have been common for a long time, some of them are still being steadily promoted, and some of them have already ended quietly. However, when discussing whether a technology has the ability to achieve large-scale applications, we must think from two dimensions: technology and business model.
First of all, no matter how commercially packaged, face recognition technology can not be regarded as such a cutting-edge technology. Large foreign technology companies, such as Amazon, Google and so on, have been using it for a long time. Despite the large volume of domestic applications, the basic research of artificial intelligence behind face recognition technology shows that China’s level is still not higher than that of the United States.
However, China’s commercial pace is much faster than that of the United States. According to data from research institutes, in 2016 alone, the market size of China’s video surveillance system, including equipment and video management software, reached 6.4 billion US dollars. Government and private enterprises have installed 176 million surveillance cameras, ranking the top in the world. And in the next five years, the compound growth rate of this business in China will reach 12.4%. Face recognition will only be used more widely.
By analyzing the application scenarios of face-brushing station and face-brushing brake, the application of face recognition technology has not solved the pain points of speed and accuracy. Since this year, Shenzhen, Jinan and other cities have opened the service one after another, and Beijing is also planning to promote it. At present, it has also become a landmark application of urban intelligence, which is sweeping more cities.
Taking Jinan as an example, Jinan Metro Line 1 is the first Metro Line in China to adopt 3D face recognition locks. Each entry and exit station has a gate to achieve face brushing. The head of material management department of Jinan Rail Transit Group said: “This equipment integrates the frontier science and technology such as mobile payment and biometrics, and extracts face information through big data acquisition. Passengers can be completely separated from identity cards, bus cards and other media. After successful registration, they do not need to carry any cards.
However, after a series of downloading, registration, login, information input, payment binding and other processes, it can eventually achieve an average one minute through 33 people, that is, about 2 seconds through 1 person; according to statistics, the use of Metro cards, two-dimensional codes and other means can pass more than 20 people, less than 3 seconds through 1 person.
However, how do you think about this kind of technology, is it good or bad?
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