A close cousin of facial recognition, clothing recognition can be used for law enforcement and in the fashion and advertising industries.
Our technology can estimate the type of vehicle, its color and even read the license plate number. All data is recorded in an easily searchable database.
The VidGiv platform is an exciting new way video content creators can earn an income using blockchain technology, by receiving VidGiv tokens.
We can estimate distances using flat 2D imagery as an input. This technology can be used in conjunction with Augmented Reality to achieve impressive results.
In the last few years the field of machine learning has made tremendous progress on addressing these difficult problems. In particular, we've found that a kind of model called a deep convolutional neural network can achieve reasonable performance on hard visual recognition tasks -- matching or exceeding human performance in some domains.
Facebook automatically finds and tags friends in your photos. Google Deepmind's AlphaGo computer program trounced champions at the ancient game of Go last year. Skype translates spoken conversations in real time, and pretty accurately too. Behind all this is a type of artificial intelligence called machine learning, sometimes referred to as deep learning...