Next May 18th Hummingbirds AI will be battling out with four other start-ups in the Vision Tank Summit with their state-of-the-art privacy-first facial biometrics platform, GuacamoleID.
Hummingbirds AI was selected as one of the five finalists for the Vision Tank Start-Up Competition. This event is part of the 2022 Embedded Vision Summit and showcases the best new ventures that are solving real-world problems by creating innovations fueled by visual AI, and computer vision.
In this competition that will take place on May 18th, Hummingbirds AI will be there to pitch GuacamoleID´s powerful frame-by-frame biometric authentication to a panel of judges. The Competition It’s open to early-stage companies which will be judged based on four criteria: technology innovation, business plan, team and business opportunity.
Each of the five finalists will pitch their company and product to a panel of judges in front of a live online audience who will participate by voting for the Audience Choice Award.
During the event, two awards will be given out: the Judges’ Award and the Audience Choice Award. The winner of the Vision Tank Judges’ Award receives a $5,000 cash prize, and both winners receive a one-year membership in the Edge AI and Vision Alliance. They’ll also benefit from one-on-one advice from the judges, as well as valuable introductions to potential investors, customers, employees and suppliers.
Hummingbirds AI´s authentication platform, GuacamoleID, stood out as a finalist as one of the newest innovations to the computer vision and visual AI market. GuacamoleID is our on-device multi-factor authentication solution for enterprise computers that protects employees’ devices against unauthorized access through frame-by-frame face verification.
This edge-based application continuously matches the faces in front of the computer with authorized ones; and automatically blocks the screen when unauthorized people are detected. Another important feature is that all the data and video processing is done locally in the CPU without the need of data traveling outside, to ensure maximum security and privacy.
Let’s see what happens next May!