Clearview AI Stock

clearview.aiEnterprise Software / Data IntelligenceFounded: 2017Funding to Date: $40.97MM

Clearview AI is a web-based intelligence platform that leverages facial recognition technology. With use cases for law enforcement and government agencies, Clearview aims to support suspect identification. Clearview AI was founded in 2017 by Cam-Hoan Ton-That and Richard Schwartz and is headquartered in New York, NY.

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Management Team

Cam-Hoan Ton-That
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Richard Schwartz
Co-Founder, President & Board Member
Danny Cho
Chief Revenue Officer
Abhinav Somani
Chief Operating Officer

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News Highlights

Step right up: Newest US police agency signs up for Clearview AI service

The Delaware State Police agency has been awarded at $15,000 grant to buy a subscription to a controversial biometric startup’s face-scraping service. There are no state or local laws forbidding the state police from using the services of Clearview AI, but opposition cropped up soon after the public learned of the March grant.

Clearview fined again in France for failing to comply with privacy orders

Clearview AI, the U.S. startup that’s attracted notoriety in recent years for a massive privacy violation after it scraped selfies off the internet and used people’s data to build a facial recognition tool it pitched to law enforcement and others, has been hit with another fine in France over non-cooperation with the data protection regulator.

How the facial recognition service Clearview AI helps to identify Russian war criminals in Ukraine

Clearview AI, an American facial recognition service, is actively used by Ukrainian border guards and the National Police during the full-scale war Russia started in Ukraine. In particular, it helps to look for and identify Russian war criminals, people involved in the kidnapping of Ukrainian children, and other representatives of the occupation forces.
Updated on: Jul 16, 2024


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