What if my user now has facial hair compared to the image on their government data?

What if my user now has facial hair compared to the image on their government data?

One of the features we have taken into consideration when building this solution is the fact that people age, facial features such as facial hair, hair style/cut etc. also change.
All of these have been factored in when building and training the AI models to detect liveness and carry out image comparison.

You can be rest assured that the model is able to detect these facial features in comparison to the image on the government data.
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