Yes, it does! However, the deep learning network is not supported due to memory issues:
In the classification process we use a deep learning neural network. Since one of the enablers of that technology was the introduction of 64 bit processors, it is only available on newer chipsets. Neural networks have a potential to be much larger than the memory addressing space allows. You can run it on 32-bits or even 16-bits, but this would lead to memory issues.
Basically, the solution Verifai offers is simple: to let the user’s brain to do what AI does normally. Therefore, if you are using 32-bit hardware we offer a solution where you can select by yourself which country and which document type (e.g. ID, passport or driving license) is being scanned. Next, the user can choose the model of the document out of a list of sample documents. Now the user can scan the document by holding it in the square on the screen. Of course, these steps are designed to work in a quick and smooth way: ID verification done right.