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Smart Engines Has Launched Document Liveness Detection For Id Documents Scanning


Smart Engines introduced AI-based software for document liveness detection to provide a new level of privacy protection and security against fraud. New technology supplements solutions for ID documents scanning in mobile applications and web services. It offers to check an authenticity of IDs for user onboarding and protect user and business both.

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Developed methods for document liveness detection automatically reveal attempts to use forged documents, photocopies, as well as ID image shot from the screen of a computer monitor, tablet or smartphone. Smart Engines AI algorithms detect holographic security elements, special visual security elements (monograms, ornaments, etc.), check the document page geometry and control the document state in the video stream and in individual frames. By a principle of operation, liveness detection belongs to the “passive” class, it means it does not require the user to perform special activities. To recognize and verify a document, you need only show it to the camera device for a few seconds or just take a photo.

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Liveness detection tools are available for scanning of ID cards, passports, driving licenses and MRZ documents in the video stream, photos and scans. Solutions work stand alone across servers, desktops, mobile devices, does not require a network connection and does not transmit client data for processing to third-party services or third parties for manual data entry. Smart Engines helps companies to comply with GDPR and CCPA.

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