Software engineering company Exadel has recently launched a public version of CompreFace, a free face recognition service that can be easily integrated into any IT system without prior Machine Learning (ML) skills.CompreFace executes real-time facial recognition from streaming video and photos. The recognition process is based on a neural network that uses 512 features to classify parts of the face and then uses those classifications to identify each person. CompreFace needs at least two photos uploaded into the Face Collection to perform this facial feature analysis. The service can recognize faces even when they're partially covered.There are multiple ways to use CompreFace. The face recognition service can be useful for enhancing security measures, tracking attendance, providing a personalized experience for customers, or just for fun.CompreFace is available on GitHub