Is your organization ready for the future of facial recognition?
As facial recognition technology becomes more sophisticated and widely used, it is essential for organizations to have a plan in place to mitigate the risks associated with its use. Anekanta® AI’s Facial Recognition Privacy Impact Risk Assessment System™ can help you identify and address these risks, ensuring that you are compliant with all applicable laws and regulations, and that you are using this powerful technology in a responsible and ethical manner.
Our system is based on recognized global principles and standards, including the pending EU AI Act. It takes into account the specific requirements of your region, nation, and locality, as well as your intended purpose for using facial recognition.
We will provide you with an independent pre-mitigation opinion and a range of specific recommendations to help you steer towards compliance and minimize the impact on the rights and freedoms of individuals. Our independent report will be tailored to your specific use case and will provide you with actionable insights into:
- Potential risk level pre-implementation
- Legislation and regulation governing facial recognition software in your region
- Local ordinances with specific requirements for your city or state
- Recommended mitigations that consider all risks, including AI governance, human rights, union law, employment rights, privacy rights, impact assessments, prohibitions, voluntary and harmonized standards, and good practice
- Potential risk level if mitigations are implemented
To get started, simply fill in our application form. We will provide an initial opinion and a quote for your tailored report.
Act now and take the first step towards a safer and more compliant future.
Anekanta® AI have developed a number of independent, vendor agnostic AI governance frameworks expertly designed to assess the safety of high-risk AI and its impact on stakeholders.
Our Ethical Framework for AI Implementation, AI Risk Intelligence System™ for biometrics and high-risk AI featured in the UK Government Portfolio of AI Assurance Techniques.
and featured here, our facial recogniton privacy impact risk assessment system™
Our frameworks are based on recognised global principles which underpin all pending AI regulation and standards. Emerging AI standards include ISO/IEC 42001:2023 (pending), ISO/IEC 22989:2022 (published free issue) and ISO/IEC 23894:2023 (published) in addition to a range of AI specific performance, transparency and explainability standards.
A new facial recognition standard BS 9347, will be released in the UK late 2023/early 2024, which has been developed to international trustworthy principles by leading experts in the field of high-risk biometric based AI technology, including the founder of Anekanta®AI, Pauline Norstrom who was a lead author in the creation of the BSIA ethical and legal guide to facial recognition software (published by the Home Office) and a key member of the BSI committee which authored the new standard.
The standard sits at the heart of our UK risk mitigations, and our system extends into over 70% of the world’s regions and national requirements for the use of facial biometric processing software, including EU, USA, Canada, APAC and CPTPP Countries.
We do not sell facial recognition software and we are entirely commercially independent from any vendor. We are a member of the FaceComply partnership to provide ethical and legal evaluation reports pre-implementation.
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