After Facebook’s implemented facial recognition software in 2010, the iPhone X has put a renewed spotlight on facial recognition technology.

Looking into Facial Recognition Technology


The iPhone X has put a renewed spotlight on facial recognition technology. EisnerAmper gives us a little history on this unique type of technology, some of the underlying privacy and security issues, what the market looks like and which companies are leading the charge.


Dave Plaskow: Hello, and welcome to EisnerAmper’s technology podcast series. With more than 500 technology clients, we’re always interested in the latest industry trends and developments, as well as any related business and accounting opportunities and challenges. Today’s topic is Facial Recognition technology. I’m your host Dave Plaskow, and with us today is Dave Katz, Senior Audit Manager in EisnerAmper’s Technology and Life Sciences practice. Yes, it’s another episode of TechTalk. Dave, welcome and thanks for being here.
Dave Katz: Dave, great to be here.

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John Pennett has public accounting experience with a strong emphasis on life sciences companies. Member New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants and New Jersey Technology Council and advisory board of eLabs.

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