Big Business Is Scanning Your Face

Written by Nick Hodge
Posted May 1, 2019

I knew it was a winner the first time I saw it.

A technology that hides in the screens you interact with every day… TVs, monitors, displays, billboards, advertisements…

Scanning faces, using machine learning, artificial intelligence, and proprietary algorithms to determine age, emotion… and danger.

We’ve been promised truly futuristic technology for some time.

And it’s finally here. True Jetsons- and Minority Report-type stuff.

You have to see it to believe. So let me show you.

This technology “hides” in any screen you can imagine using computer vision.

So on the one hand, major brands are using it for the most interactive, trackable advertising the world has ever seen.

And I do mean major. Wal Mart, Rite Aid, Kraft Heinz, ShopRite, Heineken, Moët Hennessy… it goes on.

They are using this company’s technology to monitor customers’ faces to determine how they feel about a product to help make more in-store sales.

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So you’re interacting with a screen, and it's serving you up precision messaging and products for a bespoke buying experience — all the while sending data its hoovering up in real time to the cloud in real time.

In two test markets, this computer vision display created a 25% increase in year-over-year sales for Moët Hennessy.

Since it can also scan faces in the crowd, it’s finding use in places like the sides of bus kiosks and on electronic billboards and on plane departure/arrival screens.

And that’s where its other use comes in.

Because it uses machine learning and computer vision… this technology can also detect threats.

Not only can it identify the emotions on a person’s face, but it can also identify weapons — interfacing with law enforcement and other databases to detect persons or objects of interest.

That’s why it’s been deployed in very public areas like stadiums and concert venues.

You can put it on displays outside or inside the stadium, and it masquerades as an advertisement while scanning everyone who walks by in real time.

And if it detects a wanted person or a terrorist or a gun… authorities get alerted immediately.

Which is why it was even installed at the stadium that just hosted the Super Bowl.

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The beauty for investors is that this company gets paid on both fronts. It can generate major advertising revenue from big brands as I’ve shown you. And it can also get paid on the security front.

There is nothing else like it on the market.

And the company just IPO'd.

So when I saw a video about it and how it worked, I immediately knew it was a winner and became a shareholder.

Call it like you see it,

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Nick is the founder and president of the Outsider Club, and the investment director of the thousands-strong stock advisories, Early Advantage and Wall Street's Underground Profits. He also heads Nick’s Notebook, a private placement and alert service that has raised tens of millions of dollars of investment capital for resource, energy, cannabis, and medical technology companies. Co-author of two best-selling investment books, including Energy Investing for Dummies, his insights have been shared on news programs and in magazines and newspapers around the world. For more on Nick, take a look at his editor's page.

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