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RealFace, an Israeli face recognition startup, acquired by Apple

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With RealFace’s technology, users are authenticated by simply showing their mugs. Perhaps Apple will use it in an upcoming iPhone.
A 2015 demo of RealFace’s technology being used to verify a user for an app on a phone.
Apple has reportedly acquired Israeli startup RealFace, which makes facial recognition software to authenticate users by simply showing their mug, rather than having to enter a password or fingerprint.
Israeli business news site Calcalist reported the news Sunday , estimating the deal to be worth a couple million dollars.
Apple did not immediately respond to a request for confirmation and comment. But Startup Nation Central, a database for Israeli tech companies, says Apple acquired RealFace this month.

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