Users take a selfie with their smartphones to create a biometric template for our facial recognition system.
Our system compares the images and automatically provides scores on validity/liveness and similarity.
The facial biometrics in the selfie are compared against the photo in the ID document using artificial intelligence.
If our facial recognition technology detects any anomalies, we’ll alert you of possible fraud.
Jumio’s biometric technology enables us to verify that an ID document truly belongs to the person making the transaction. Biometrics and face recognition software add a critical layer of protection against stolen IDs and impersonation attacks.
It’s a simple and familiar task for your users — all they have to do is take a selfie. Jumio uses this selfie to create a biometric template and to perform advanced facial scanning.
We compare the user’s facial biometrics to the photo on the ID document, and generate two scores: one for validity and one for facial similarity.
The validity score tells whether the selfie is a valid, live selfie — not a prerecorded video, bot or deepfake.
The similarity score, which is also powered by informed AI and machine learning, indicates the confidence level that the image in the selfie matches the photo in the identity document. If the similarity score is too low, we alert you to the possibility of impersonation fraud.
Put simply, our technology can automatically evaluate biometric data and facial features to find out if two separate photos match up or if there is the potential for fraud.