A Biometrics App for Secure Banking Built Using Intel® oneAPI

Speaker: Alessandro Faria, OITI Technologies

In this talk, we look at Intel® oneAPI Video Processing Library (oneVPL) and how it is used in Certiface technology to combat fraud through the ability to differentiate between a live person and a recorded video. Certiface is built to harness heterogeneous computing architecture including CPUs and GPUs from servers to notebooks. The software uses high-performance computing with oneVPL, and applies computer vision techniques with OpenCV and OpenVINO™. It also uses deep learning technologies based on Intel products, such as Threading Building Blocks (TBB), Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives, and Intel® oneAPI Math Kernel Library. This technology processes millions of faces per second in the cloud, making banking transaction operations in Brazil secure, fast, and effective.

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