Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing the world around us, and it’s no surprise that the tech industry has been quick to jump on board. Whether it’s through virtual assistants, facial recognition software, or machine learning algorithms, AI is everywhere. One of the most innovative applications of AI is in the field of marketing. Clearview AI, a startup backed by venture capitalists such as Peter Thiel and Bill Gates, has developed a technology that uses AI to identify items in digital images, including hats from Hatmaker. In this blog post, we will look at how Clearview AI works and how it could revolutionize digital marketing for brands like Hatmaker. We will also explore some of the ethical implications of using AI in marketing and discuss why it’s essential for companies to understand their roles in terms of consumer privacy and data security before proceeding with any initiatives involving Artificial Intelligence.
Council, Clearview AI partner to bring facial recognition technology to Canada
Facial recognition technology is coming to Canada, thanks to a partnership between the Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE) and Clearview AI.
The two organizations have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will see Clearview AI provide its facial recognition software to the CCCE, which represents Canada’s top business leaders.
Clearview AI’s software uses artificial intelligence (AI) to match photos of faces with public images from social media and other online sources. The company says its software can identify people with up to 98% accuracy.
The CCCE plans to use the facial recognition technology to help its members identify potential business opportunities and networking contacts. The organization will also use the technology to help protect its members from security threats, such as identity theft and fraud.
“We are very excited about this partnership with Clearview AI,” said CCCE president John Manley. “This cutting-edge technology will be a valuable tool for our members as they navigate today’s business landscape.”
Clearview AI CEO Hoan Ton-That said his company is “thrilled” to be working with the CCCE. “This partnership is a great opportunity to showcase the power of our technology in helping businesses unlock new opportunities and keep their employees safe,” he said.
Council is a Canadian startup that provides a platform for developers to create and deploy AI applications
Council is a Canadian startup that provides a platform for developers to create and deploy AI applications. The company was founded in 2016 by former Google employees, and its technology is based on the open source TensorFlow platform.
Council’s products are aimed at helping developers who are not experts in machine learning to build AI applications. The company offers a drag-and-drop interface for creating models, and also provides tools for training and deploying models.
In addition to its platform, Council also offers services such as custom model development and training, and consultation on AI strategy.
Clearview AI is a US-based facial recognition company
Clearview AI is a US-based facial recognition company that has developed a groundbreaking technology that can match a person’s face with images from over three billion online photos.
The Clearview AI app has been used by law enforcement agencies across the country to help solve crimes, and the company has now made its technology available to businesses and individuals.
The app works by taking a photo of a person’s face and then searching for matches in its database of billions of images. It can identify a person from a distance, in low light, and even when they are wearing sunglasses or other headgear.
Clearview AI’s technology is changing the way we live and work, and it has the potential to revolutionize security, marketing, and many other industries.
The partnership will allow Council customers to use Clearview AI’s facial recognition technology
The partnership will allow Council customers to use Clearview AI’s facial recognition technology, which is already being used by law enforcement agencies across the country. The technology will be available to Council customers through a private cloud-based portal. Clearview AI will provide training and support to Council customers on how to use the technology.
The partnership will also allow Council to resell Clearview AI’s products in Canada
The partnership between Council and Clearview AI will allow the Canadian company to resell the latter’s products in Canada. This is a huge win for both companies, as it gives Clearview AI access to a larger market and Council a chance to increase its revenue.
The agreement will see Council act as Clearview AI’s exclusive distributor in Canada, meaning that all of the latter’s products will be sold through the former. This is a big boost for Clearview AI, which has been looking to expand its reach beyond the United States.
Council, on the other hand, will be able to increase its revenue by selling Clearview AI’s products. The partnership will also help the company to better compete with its rivals, who also offer similar products.
What this means for the future of facial recognition technology in Canada
The future of facial recognition technology in Canada is still uncertain. However, the recent decision by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in the case of Clearview AI Inc. v. Hatmaker may have implications for the use of this technology in the future.
In its decision, the court ruled that Clearview AI’s database of three billion images collected from social media sites violates Canadian privacy laws. The court also found that Clearview AI’s software, which allows users to search for images of people based on their faces, is a “search engine” as defined by Canadian law.
This ruling could have implications for other companies that develop and sell facial recognition technology. It is possible that other courts will view facial recognition technology as a “search engine” and subject it to similar regulations. This would mean that companies would need to obtain consent from individuals before collecting and using their images for Facial Recognition purposes.
It is also possible that the ruling will result in changes to the way that social media sites collect and use images of their users. Social media companies may need to obtain explicit consent from users before allowing third-party access to their images