A new security camera developed by IOT firm Nest features face recognition tech developed by Google.The Nest Cam IQ, unveiled Wednesday, will be Nest's first device to draw upon the solution Google uses to identify people in images via its widely used photo app – FaceNet. Facebook deploys similar technology to automatically recognize and recommend tags of people in photos posted on its social network.Nest can tap into Google's expertise in artificial intelligence because both companies are owned by the same parent company, Alphabet Inc.With the new feature, you could program the camera to recognize a child, friend or neighbor, after which it will send you notifications about that person being in the home.The IQ boasts other added features such as high definition video and costs $100 more than Nest's other camera offerings, the Nest Cam Outdoor and Nest Cam Indoor, which will both stay on the market.More new hardware is in the works after the IQ, according to a report in Bloomberg from March, including a new home-security alarm system, a digital doorbell and a cheaper version of Nest's smart thermostat.