Face recognition on physical kiosks 08.15.19

Face recognition on physical kiosks

There has been a lot in the zeitgeist recently about face recognition, and I think some of the better uses of face recognition are getting overlooked. One of my favorite customer use cases of ours is using it to speed up payments and other activities on physical kiosks. Here’s why customers are coming to us…

Next Frontier 08.12.19

The Next Frontier in Machine Learning Is Something Anyone Can Master

If I see one more article about Bayesian Forest’s being Random whilst also being Convolutional I’m going to disconnect my cable modem and let all of the internet spill out. It is frustrating trying to learn about machine learning. Do I use YOLO, Keras, Tensorflow, PyTorch or all of them together somehow? And even if you…


IDEAS SoCal AI & Data Science Conference 2019

October 26, 2019 SoCal Data Science Conference is a data science learning platform to connect data science enthusiasts. We will demonstrate cutting-edge technology and feature a variety of data science experts covering topics including industry trend, data science application, open-source software, machine learning and many others. This is the must-attend event for anyone that is already in the field…


HackMIT 2019

September 14-15, 2019 HackMIT is an annual student-run hackathon held in the fall at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Veritone will be a Gold sponsor at the event and will host a workshop and challenge! Check out HackMIT and register here!

Is the market finally ready for mass AI adoption? 07.19.19

Is the market finally ready for mass AI adoption?

Five Aha Moments from VentureBeat Transform Featured Image Includes: Greg Brockman, Co-founder & Chairman and Ilya Sutskever, Co-founder & Chief Scientist, OpenAI; Kyle Wiggers, Staff Writer, VentureBeat I just came back from the Venture Beat Transform 2019 conference here in San Francisco, and I have to say, for the first time in many years, I’m…

Machine Learning is sometimes wrong 06.28.19

Machine Learning is sometimes wrong — how you deal with that is EVERYTHING

Imagine if you were using a calculator to do some just fantastic calculations like π^π , !2, or the old standard 2+2, and every once-in-a-while, the answer would came back wrong. Better yet, you’ve implemented a microservice in your stack that occasionally just returns {[“No”]}. This is what working with machine learning can feel like sometimes. You’re…

Use object recognition to make sure your car hasn’t been stolen 04.30.19

Use object recognition to make sure your car hasn’t been stolen

What? What a strange title for a blog post. That is like saying “Don’t not use your telephone to avoid not making phone calls”. But I think it accurately describes the way in which I’m going to show you how to use machine learning to make sure your car is still in your driveway. Several…

Building a private, local photo search app using machine learning 04.19.19

Building a private, local photo search app using machine learning

This is it. This is the best DAM thing I’ve ever done. I don’t normally like to brag but I’m so freak’n proud of myself for this one that I feel like I need to share it. They said it wasn’t possible (no one actually said that), they said it couldn’t be done (lots of…

Building_an_engine_with_the_veritone_engine_toolkit 04.8.19

Building an engine with the Veritone Engine Toolkit

Veritone’s aiWARE platform lets customers run AI solutions at a very large scale, and it does it by spinning up as many instances of the cognitive engines required for a given use case to meet the demand and handle the load. When they’re done, they shut down to free resources. Engine developers don’t need to…