Chinese flag but with camera instead of stars

In the past 10 years, thanks to developments in neural networks and computing, the insight gained from Artificial intelligence has become significantly more useful and beneficial in understanding and predicting human behavior. Coupled with the increasing development of open source libraries, the commoditization of algorithms, and growing talent pool, the integration of AI has become more attainable for any business.


It has made a significant mark on our daily lives—we often use products and services knowingly and unknowingly that leverage AI in some way or the other. Market studies in various industries show year over year adoption rates increasing in the most recent years, with updates to projections reflecting the same.

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Kairos at Google Next conference

Google Next is Google’s annual conference focusing on their cloud computing offering, Google Cloud Platform. Thanks to our great Google Cloud account team in Miami, we were able to attend this year and learn about Google’s new announcements, network with experts and other peer companies, and get some in depth knowledge about GCP.


For a little while now we have been working to migrate our cloud from Amazon Web Services (AWS) to Google Cloud Platform (GCP). We’ll be providing more details of the move, our learnings and other interesting tidbits of our journey in a future post, but for now let’s talk about the Google Next conference.

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Illustration of the word 'ethics' and 'face recognition'

Estimated to be valued at close to $10bn by 2023, with a compound annual growth rate of 16.8%, the global face recognition market is rising. Major growth forces behind the market are the evolving surveillance market and government expenditures in the arena of biometric technologies; yet, the use of face recognition has much to contribute in other areas, such as helping businesses combat consumer fraud, meet dynamic regulatory compliance, and delivering profitable customer experiences.


Originally more science fiction than reality, it lacked precision and scalability; that is no longer the case. Some of the world’s largest companies have acquired and implemented face recognition technology in recent years. It’s now become a key feature of many modern businesses and continues to impact multiple industries. Face recognition has come a long way since its inception in the 1960s.

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Kairos presents The Identity Economy™

Every month, we’re bringing you the best news and views on the most compelling topic in technology today—Identity. All lovingly curated by the team at Kairos.


First, some housekeeping: This is the inaugural episode of The Identity Economy™ since moving off of the Medium platform. Why did we move? Well, we realized while Medium is great for amplifying articles, ultimately we wanted to make 'The Identity Economy™' synonymous with Kairos. That meant publishing it on our homegrown blog. #ContentMarketing etc.

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Kairos Partners with RapidAPI to provide facial recognition to developers

Facial Recognition is in big demand with businesses all over the world—from preventing fraud to enabling more profitable customer experiences; it’s becoming the natural authority on identity. Which is why we’re excited to announce a renewed partnership between Kairos and RapidAPI—the leading API marketplace for software developers.


Together, we’re bringing the benefits of ethical and scalable facial biometrics to a wider audience, helping developers and businesses alike get access to one of the planet’s best face recognition algorithms.

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