Trust Stamp, an AI-powered authentication services company, announces expansions to the company's science team, with focused expertise in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data analysis. The expanded skillset complements the company's continuing development efforts into much-needed global identity solutions, with a focus on public health and security. Trust Stamp is excited to announce the addition of Data Scientist Dr. Thao Pham of the University of Paris-Est. Dr. Pham joins the team after serving a French government institute focused on public health and transportation. She is welcomed alongside Luke Arpino, who maintains doctoral candidacy in Physics at the University of Sussex. Luke brings extensive experience developing software for high-performance parallel computing and research into cutting edge technologies.Additional science team recruits include Dr. Ramprakash Puri, an experienced technical leader in the field of AI and machine learning who has led teams ranging from healthcare to energy management, together with Joe Morris, a data scientist with advanced studies in Data Science and Analytics.Trust Stamp's science team is led by a global expert in computer vision, biometrics, and security, Dr. Norman Poh. “Trust Stamp is advancing development in unprecedented areas of artificial intelligence, cryptography, and data processing, and our research-oriented science team reflects the company's core pursuit of innovation,” says Dr. Poh.Dr. Poh's recent accomplishments are highlighted by Trust Stamp's patent filing for innovative touchless fingerprint analysis technology. The development poses notable implications in current events by presenting a biometric modality that is less invasive than ubiquitous facial processing and more hygienic than traditional fingerprint analysis. When coupled with the company's core technology that cryptographically anonymizes identifying information and leverages the irreversible output for secure authentication, Trust Stamp's touchless fingerprint technology presents a superior identity solution in the context of both public health and individual security. Trust Stamp CEO Gareth Genner comments, “In response to the unprecedented humanitarian, government and commercial interest in our technologies, we are growing our team with experts in every pertinent field, from sales to science. Thanks to early investments in our Series A round by FSH Capital, Mastercard and Second Century Ventures, we are rapidly building a phenomenal team with blended skills, perspectives, and backgrounds to accelerate progress towards our ambitious goals.”In line with team and development expansion, Trust Stamp is currently seeking reservations for its Series A round of funding to support the continued development, patenting, and delivering of new technologies while maintaining and growing current recurring revenue. Trust Stamp invites the public to reserve shares on its profile on SeedInvest, a leading investment platform.