Intel’s RealSense ID technology was introduced, similar to Apple ID

Intel’s advanced face recognition system is called RealSense ID, which is very similar to Apple Face ID because it is based on special cameras and sensors so that it can be used in any product.

Intel’s advanced face recognition system is called RealSense ID, which is very similar to Apple Face ID because it is based on special cameras and sensors so that it can be used in any product.

A report has been published on the authoritative 9to5Mac website that provides information about this feature to its users. According to the report, Intel has just unveiled RealSense ID technology.

Intel creates composite images based on artificial intelligence and depth measurement to enable user authentication through face recognition. In the past, Apple has made this issue known as the Apple FaceID feature.

This feature, just like the Face ID system, uses two cameras so that the special sensors used can capture the depth of the images.

Now the real-time ID system uses neural networks to enhance the user’s face recognition ability to distinguish user faces from others.

In recent years, we have seen the use of face recognition systems on various devices,

systems that, such as ID resilience and face ID, which are very accurate, will bring more security to users.

Intel said in a statement that setting up an ID resilience is easy.

To increase its security, this system uses chips to store and encrypt user data. The Secure Enclave chip does exactly the same thing for the iPhone and iPad.

“The Real Sense ID system has very precise and natural solutions so that users can easily use their device with high security,” says Intel. Users who use this system can unlock their device and access their data with just one glance.

The ID relicensing system uses a neural network to combine with active depth detection and relies on an “independent on-chip system with a built-in secure element” to maintain the security and speed of the system and to protect the data.

Intel emphasizes that the IDR system can be used in smart lock technologies, access control systems, sales terminal systems, ATMs and many more.

Intel has introduced anti-counterfeiting as another feature of this system so that users can not be deceived by the photo-ID or mask, the real-time ID.

The company has announced that the security system of this misleading feature is one in a million.

 This is exactly the phrase that Apple used to introduce Face ID.

Since 2017, we have seen the use of this technology on Apple phones,

the iPhone 10 was the first mobile phone to receive this feature.

From that day until now, many phones have seen this feature,

but none of them could do this feature well because they rely on a two-dimensional image of the user’s face; But Face ID captures a 3D image.

That’s why every year the iPhones that are released have a lot of space at the top of their screen,

because these sensors have a nice place in that notch.

Whether Intel’s ID resilience can achieve the accuracy and speed of Apple ID’s is a matter that will be determined over time.

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