In today's rapidly changing digital landscape, governments worldwide are gearing up for a new era of product transparency through the Digital Product Passport (DPP) regime.
In various regions, there is a growing urgency to combat environmental damage caused by diverse industries, prompting a race against time. The European Union (EU) has notably intensified its efforts, unveiling an array of legislations in the past year to address ecological issues and rectify past environmental transgressions.
In a significant stride towards enhancing social benefits and combating fraudulent practices, the Bangladeshi government has adopted Cypheme's cutting-edge AI anti-counterfeit technology, "Noise Print." This innovative solution has been integrated into the national welfare identification cards, paving the way for more secure and efficient distribution of social benefits among the citizens of Bangladesh.
As the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) advances, we are beginning to see it being used in diverse fields of application, and one of such is the document verification industry. This is especially important given the rise in falsified documents and digital manipulation of images across the globe. According to a 2020 Javelin report, US businesses suffered losses amounting to about $17 billion because of document falsifications. Document falsification can occur at various levels; Take for instance, a criminal disguising as a bank employee can aid money laundering and terrorist exercises by falsifying and manipulating a few bank documents.