Artificial Intelligence & Facial Recognition: The Multi-Trillion Dollar Market of the (Not-So-Far) Future

Do you feel as if the world is going to hell in a handbasket at an accelerated rate? 

If so, you’re not the only one. 

Mass shootings are becoming an almost monthly occurrence, with many of those shootings happening in schools!

Threats of terrorism are at all-time highs and tension among citizens does not seem to be loosening any time soon.

Not to mention the COVID-19 virus wreaking havoc on the world, with the Delta and Delta+ variants making their rounds. 

Sometimes it seems like it will never end. 

Do you ever wonder if you’re going to be in the next movie theater or mall that makes gruesome headlines? Many people do...

With all of this chaos going on in the world, many are desperately looking for efficient and effective security measures to ensure public safety. 

This includes the United States government, U.S. military, and many reputable organizations and businesses like the NFL.

Many people believe the next big market will be the cannabis industry, cryptocurrencies, electric vehicles, or possibly the evolution of the mobile network and 5G... 

But what they don’t realize is the next big market is not going to stem from the entertainment sector. 

It’s not going to come from cannabis or other “flash-in-the-pan” type of investments either...

Those will pale in comparison to the artificial intelligence market, specifically AI that is being implemented in facial recognition technology.

The global AI market was valued at $62.35 billion in 2020 while legal cannabis, for instance, only produced $9.1 billion. 

5G was a little closer to the AI market size being valued at $41.48 billion, but it is still no comparison. 

Cannabis and 5G stocks will certainly make their impact on the market and on society. But this new security technology will not only make an impact — it will reshape society.

There is no question about it, we know cannabis and 5G stocks are a reality and there is some money to be made...

But the thing is people are unsure about this technology... But that is a good thing because we know it works and is being rolled out whether Joe Public is aware or not. And that means you still have a chance to invest before everyone knows about it. 

Biometric technology is not only real and effective, but it is already being utilized.

This technology is as real as the gun-related and COVID-19 deaths it has already begun preventing.

Artificial Technology, Stealth ID, and the New Face of Society

Combining artificial technology and facial recognition software has created the groundbreaking technology that is referred to as “Stealth ID.”

On February 10, 2017, President Trump issued Executive Order 13769, which is a massive step forward not just for American security, but for investors as well. 

Most people refer to EO 13769 as the “travel ban” but that is another topic of discussion altogether.

As investors, we are more focused on Section 7 of the Order which states:

Expedited Completion of the Biometric Entry-Exit Tracking System. (a) The Secretary of Homeland Security shall expedite the completion and implementation of a biometric entry-exit tracking system for all travelers to the United States, as recommended by the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States.

The key words for us are “expedited completion of the biometric entry-exit tracking system."

Essentially, EO 13769 greenlit Stealth ID technology to be deployed at airports and the Northern and Southern borders. 

Because of the political tension associated with Executive Order 13769, many people have overlooked this opportunity or are even aware it exists. 

And the government and airport contracts are just getting started… 

Combining artificial technology and facial recognition software has created the groundbreaking technology that is referred to as “Stealth ID.”

Not Just a Security Technology

This technology is utilized for much more than just security.

Another major way this technology will be utilized will be through advertising.

That’s right. Companies will begin to use facial recognition technology to serve you targeted ads. 

Have you ever seen the film “Minority Report” starring Tom Cruise?

There is a scene that depicts personal advertising in the future and it is not far off from how Stealth ID will be used to serve you ads.

You can note in the clip that there are little sensors that scan Mr. Anderton’s (Tom Cruise) eyes and then serve him personalized ads. This is essentially how it will work. 

Once this becomes the norm in the very near future, there will be more companies advertising with this technology than those that are not.

You start to see how this technology has enormous potential. Currently the market is worth $3 billion but is expected to more than double in just four short years.

This technology has massive potential, assuming it was only being utilized in the security and defense markets — but knowing what’s in store for the future of advertising, this has to be a no-brainer.

You can see why we believe this market has the ability to mint more millionaires than the cannabis boom did. For one reason, not everyone partakes in cannabis usage. 

In the future, everyone will be subject to facial recognition technology. And for some people, it will be whether they like it or not.

This Tech Fighting Against COVID-19

There is another feature that this technology is used for that you may have noticed and even used. 

When COVID-19 wreaked havoc on the world (and in some areas still is) this technology was called upon and used in public places, from doctors’ offices to airports. 

It is capable of scanning a person's body temperature and identifying high fevers and even COVID-19. 

VSBLTY Temp Scan

Once the powers that be realized that this technology could help prevent the spread of the killer disease, they took action and began a rollout en masse. 

Even after COVID is gone, safety measures like this will be retained to guard against the next pandemic as well as violence. 

Big Brother is Watching

Now I know that this technology may sound a little invasive. 

The thought of your face being scanned and analyzed without your knowledge can be a little unnerving. 

Facial recognition is defined as “a biometric artificial intelligence-based application that can uniquely identify a person by analyzing patterns based on the person's facial textures and shape.” How this amazing technology will be used is going to shape how it is received by society. 

Nowadays most police vehicles are equipped with a sensor that is reading license plates around the vehicle, looking for any potential citizens with outstanding warrants or other infractions.

This is partially how facial recognition will be utilized. However, this technology will not be utilized to hand out tickets to citizens with outstanding parking tickets.

This biometric technology will be used to prevent and reduce the severity of events such as mass shootings and other acts of terrorism. 

You may say that this is a huge invasion of privacy, but if you’re on Facebook or have a cellphone, can you really complain?

That ship has sailed and the dated notion of “privacy” has passed. Big Brother is already watching and has been for over a decade. 

However, it will not be forced upon you. In May of 2019, San Francisco banned local government agencies from utilizing biometrics and facial recognition technology. We at Outsider Club applaud the citizens of San Francisco for exercising their democratic rights, but we can’t say that we necessarily agree with their decision. 

While the citizens of San Francisco and America have the right to choose, we believe they made the wrong decision, as society stands to benefit more from facial recognition software than any harm or restlessness it may cause. You can read more about San Francisco’s decision here.

This technology is utilized for more than just “spying” though. 

Wednesday afternoon on Jan. 6, 2021, a group of disgruntled Americans stormed the United States Capitol Building and essentially took it over. 

Millions watched in horror from their homes as they wondered what would happen next.

The chaos went on for hours before authorities were able to clear out the building. Once they had done that, the real work began.

You see, the FBI collected more than 100,000 digital images from the Jan. 6 insurrection, and it’s played a vital part in the more than 70 arrests that have since taken place.

If it weren’t for this advanced artificial intelligence and biometric technology, some of those criminals may have easily gotten away. 

Now that the technology has been tried and true, it's only a matter of time before it is everywhere. 

And even less amount of time before the tiny stock that is responsible for this technology isn’t so tiny anymore... 

Investors and Facial Recognition Technology

Whether you’re an advocate for complete freedom or in favor of a surveillance state, if you’re an investor then you can take advantage of how biometric technology will be integrated and utilized within society. 

With airports and airlines implementing this technology, and sports organizations, businesses, hotel lobbies, casinos, and many more following suit, the sky's the limit. 

Forward-thinking investors who get in on the beginning stages with the right company stand to make an absolute fortune. 

We have put together a detailed report on one company that we believe will be at the forefront of this technology trend. 

You can get a glimpse of the report right here.

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