South Africa’s load-shedding woes are not limited to the inconvenience suffered by consumers. The country’s retailers are set for a dramatic spike in shoplifting, warns one facial recognition for business specialist.
Camera-based facial recognition is finding growing favour within corporate South Africa as a way to fairly and accurately manage employee attendance in the workplace.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is proving to be a real boon to marketers at home and abroad as smart storefront cameras take CRM (customer relationship management) to the next level.
Johannesburg-based startup Camatica has launched a facial biometric time and attendance system to improve human resources practices at South African businesses, IT-Online reports.