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CyberLink's facial recognition technology expected to generate revenue in 2023

Ines Lin, Taipei; Misha Lu, DIGITIMES Asia 0

CyberLink's chairman and CEO Jau Huang; Credit: DIGITIMES

In its online earnings call on July 26, CyberLink's chairman and CEO Jau Huang indicated that the company's FaceMe facial recognition engine is expected to contribute to revenues starting from 2023, thanks to the adoption by Toyota for factory inspector...

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