Yoti selects ROC.ai’s facial recognition software to enhance identity verification solutions

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13th December 2023, London, UK – Yoti is delighted to announce it will start using ROC.ai’s world-class facial recognition software across its suite of ID platform services.

A progressive, innovative leader in AI-powered computer vision and biometrics, ROC.ai’s facial recognition algorithms have been independently tested by the US National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST). Their solutions are trusted by the US Department of Defence, federal and state law enforcement agencies, and some of the world’s leading financial institutions.

ROC.ai is committed to delivering technology that respects privacy and works for all races, ages and genders. This is outlined in their Code of Ethics, which serves as a guideline both for how the company will strive to develop face recognition systems and how it will expect integration partners, customers and end-users to develop and use face recognition systems based on their algorithms.

Robin Tombs, CEO of Yoti commented: “ROC.ai is a much admired and respected provider of lightweight, built for speed, leading facial recognition software and Yoti is committed to offering its business customers world class identity and biometrics solutions. Like Yoti, the ROC.ai team is committed to ethical use of biometrics to make the world more secure and convenient, without bias or threats to privacy.”

Scott Swann, CEO of ROC.ai remarked: “We’re incredibly bullish on our partnership with Yoti.  Their recognised stature in the digital identity space and their commitment to ethical, transparent technology align directly with our mission to make the world smarter, safer and stronger through best of breed computer vision solutions.”

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