Enterprise Tech Happenings: July 2022

Enterprise Tech Happenings: July 2022

In our inaugural content series, we take a look at some of the movers and shakers of the enterprise tech scene this month such as how Keysight is enabling students to get realistic cybersecurity training and much more.
Now you can simply look at your OCBC ATM to perform simple transactions

Now you can simply look at your OCBC ATM to perform simple transactions

OCBC bank to roll out facial recognition at all ATMs and increase the functions you can access with your face.
Intel introduces Face ID-like authentication for ATMs, kiosk and door locks

Intel introduces Face ID-like authentication for ATMs, kiosk and door locks

Intel's RealSense ID is an on-device solution that works with smart locks, access control, point-of-sale, ATMs and kiosks.
IBM will no longer offer facial recognition or analysis software

IBM will no longer offer facial recognition or analysis software

The company says it is doing this as its contribution to ending racial profiling and violence.
The face value of artificial intelligence: Q&A with local startup ADVANCE.AI

The face value of artificial intelligence: Q&A with local startup ADVANCE.AI

Is artificial intelligence really our future, or is it just a buzzword thrown around to get people and businesses excited? Is there more value to AI technologies we are familiar with, such as facial recognition? Will AI ever be abused in Singapore? We spoke to Dr Fanglin Wang about AI itself.
Check your attendance and temperature at a glance with the RamcoGEEK facial recognition system

Check your attendance and temperature at a glance with the RamcoGEEK facial recognition system

IoT based solution comes as businesses step up temperature taking for staff and visitors in the wake of Covid-19.
Google will update the Pixel 4's Face Unlock with eye detection
The Pixel 4’s face unlock system works even if your eyes are closed

The Pixel 4’s face unlock system works even if your eyes are closed

Probably not a good idea to use your Pixel 4 as an alarm clock, then.
Microsoft updates its facial recognition tech to perform better across skin tones and genders

Microsoft updates its facial recognition tech to perform better across skin tones and genders

It now recognizes gender of people with darker skin tones better.
OCBC successfully deployed a facial recognition system at its Holland Village branch

OCBC successfully deployed a facial recognition system at its Holland Village branch

OCBC has been using NEC's AI engine, NeoFace for facial recognition technology at the Holland Village branch since 4 December 2017.