In today's digital age, where technology permeates our daily lives, privacy has become a paramount concern, especially when it comes to facial recognition technologies. However, it is now possible to utilize this technology without compromising user data. Thanks to advancements in Artificial Intelligence (AI), conducting privacy-compliant facial recognition directly in the browser, without uploading or storing images or videos on servers, has become a reality.
With the advancement of AI and the enhanced capabilities of modern browsers like Chrome, Edge, and Safari, complex AI algorithms can now be executed directly within the browser without personal data leaving the user's device. A significant stride in this direction is the capability to recognize gender, age, and even emotions through facial recognition within the browser. This is achieved by utilizing AI models that run on the user's device without transmitting information to external servers. The result? A higher level of data privacy and privacy for users without having to forego the advantages of facial recognition technology:
It is important to emphasize that privacy-compliant facial recognition in the browser not only resolves the issue of privacy but also has the potential to promote the acceptance and utilization of this technology.
A demo site can be accessed for free at https://ki-demo.rich-informatik.de and tested using a webcam or smartphone. The application is privacy-compliant and runs directly on the device. Images or videos are not stored; all information remains with you and is neither stored nor analyzed.