Smart People Should Build Things - Brian Brackeen, CEO of Kairos

On using facial recognition technology to help brands

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TJ Morgan
TJ Morgan@tjmorganuk · Just trying to create alchemy
This area of tech is something I've been excited about for a few years, since coming across it @ AOL. I believe the recruitment industry can become more meritocratic, accurate and benefit a lot from using it smartly.
Leandra Elberger
Leandra ElbergerMaker@elhamberguesa · Senior Comms & Development Mgr at VFA
@BrianBrackeen didn't know he was an entrepreneur until much later in life. He was adopted at an early age by loving parents who supported his decision to drop out of college, leave a big job at Apple, and eventually start his own company. Despite having strong ties to Philly, Brian determined that the cost of living, cost of doing business, and access to capital made Miami the most compelling place to relocate his facial recognition and emotional analysis technology company, @LoveKairos. Kairos is a VFA Company Partner in Miami with strong ties to the Miami entrepreneurial ecosystem. Kairos has managed several acquisitions and has over 9,000 customers around the world across a variety of sectors including medicine, events and retails. Listen to this week's episode to learn more about the fascinating world of facial recognition technology and how Kairos has helped reunite abducted children with their families.