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Corsight AI partners with AusComply to improve security

September 28, 2023 World Emerging Markets

In order to improve security, Corsight AI, a supplier of face recognition software, has partnered with AusComply and a number of bars and clubs, including the ArtHouse Hotel and Gregory Hills Hotel.

The Corsight technology will recognise and notify personnel about those who are on the self-exclusion registry or who are prohibited from entering certain locations when they arrive.

Jason Thomas, the Managing Director and Founder of AusComply, expressed his belief in Corsight’s facial recognition technology and praised its robustness in handling a variety of venue challenges, such as identifying people in low light and smoky environments and identifying them from high and difficult camera angles. With a setup time of just two and a half hours, the software’s ability to work with any camera allowed for a quick deployment utilising existing cameras, angles, and heights.

The self-exclusion list and those who have been barred from the venue are both shown in Corsight’s software, which also alerts management about persons who are on the list.

In order to reassure those on self-exclusion lists that the venue staff will uphold the rules and ensure a more seamless entry experience for everyone, Brian Sarkis, the general manager of ArtHouse Hotel Sydney, emphasised the significance of integrating AusComply’s incident management system with integrated Corsight facial recognition software into daily operations.

In place of its ID scanners for client access, the ArtHouse Hotel has used AusComply’s Patron Check-in Consensual Facial Recognition.

The difficulties of properly monitoring self-excluders owing to changes in their appearance, such as shaving or donning hats and spectacles, were noted by Sean Borg, Managing Director of Corsight AI in Oceania. In order to ensure compliance with GDPR legislation and Australia’s new model law, he also emphasised their dedication to privacy protection, with unlisted persons being quickly blurred from camera feeds and having all digital traces of their faces permanently wiped from the system.

As part of its continuous attempts to tackle illicit gambling operations, Australia has taken measures to prohibit five illegal gambling websites in addition to establishing the self-exclusion registry.

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