British biometrics firm Aurora has launched what it describes as the first facial recognition access control product powered by Deep Learning.Aurora says its FaceSentinel device is designed for security applications where the highest levels of security and reliability are demanded.The device uses deep learning, a form of artificial intelligence in which a computer “brain” can be trained to recognise patterns of characteristics by processing large amounts of data.Aurora adds that the product will be launched at IFSEC International in London from 16-18 June, 2015.Aurora notes that using the LFW unrestricted protocol in 2014, their facial recognition engine achieved a mean classification accuracy of 93%, outperforming all other results published on the LFW website at the time.