Cutting-Edge Face Recognition Technology Launched by B9

B9 Introduces Advanced Face Recognition AI Algorithm to Enhance Fintech Security Measures

B9, a leading financial technology innovator, has recently introduced a cutting-edge face recognition AI algorithm to enhance security measures within the fintech industry. Mikhail Matveev, Chief Data Officer at B9, is excited about this development as it represents a significant advancement in strengthening security and operational efficiency within the industry. With this new technology, B9 can more accurately verify identities, ensuring secure access to B9 accounts and transactions on their mobile app.

Moreover, B9’s face recognition technology is not limited to simple identification. It has the capability to extract facial attributes to determine “liveness,” ensuring that the image is not from a printed photo or a mask. This advanced feature not only enhances security but also streamlines B9’s KYC processes, resulting in substantial cost savings for the company. By combining the latest AI algorithms with existing technology, B9 aims to enhance fraud detection accuracy and operational efficiency in the fintech industry, ultimately prioritizing the safeguarding of customers’ assets and information.

B9 is a leading fintech company that is focused on revolutionizing the banking experience in the cash advance (Earned Wage Access) space. Committed to security, efficiency, and customer-centric solutions, B9 empowers hard-working Americans to achieve their financial goals with confidence. For media inquiries, please contact Dmitrii Egorenkov, CMO, at dmitri@bnine.com. B9 is located at 777 Brickell Avenue, Suite 500, Miami, FL 33131. To access the source version of this press release

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