Tag Archive: Object Recognition

Nuclear Fusion - Deep Learning 12.29.17

Deep Learning Prediction Technology and Nuclear Fusion

Since research began in the 1940s, fusion reactors have been regarded as the future of energy, potentially providing virtually unlimited quantities of cheap electricity. However, after 75 years of development, the creation of a practical reactor remains tantalizingly elusive, with fusion experiments still consuming more energy than they produce. Today, experts believe they are on…

London Police Child Abuse 12.22.17

London Police Look to Image Recognition to Uncover Signs of Child Abuse

The process of scanning digital photos and video to find evidence can be taxing on police forces, requiring endless man-hours to examine and evaluate the content of images. This toll is magnified when law enforcement professionals are searching for images that depict child abuse, a process that can have a traumatic impact on investigators’ psyches….

Machine Learning 12.20.17

Veritone Acquires Advanced Data Science and Machine Learning Firm

Acquisition Will Augment the Orchestration of Cognitive Engines Veritone®, Inc. (NASDAQ: VERI), a leading provider of artificial intelligence (AI) and cognitive solutions, today announced it has acquired the advanced data analytics software and related intellectual property (IP) assets of Atigeo Corporation. The acquisition includes a cooperative distributed inferencing system — based on Hamiltonian models and…

AI Developer Application 12.13.17

Veritone Announces General Availability of Artificial Intelligence Developer Application

Application, Cognitive Engine and API Developers Invited to Further the Adoption of AI Veritone®, Inc. (NASDAQ: VERI), a leading provider of artificial intelligence (AI) insights and cognitive solutions, today announced the general availability of its Veritone Developer application. The application empowers developers of cognitive engines, applications and application programming interfaces (APIs) to bring new AI…

Stanford ai indexing 12.1.17

Stanford Index Reveals AI Image and Speech Recognition Equaling or Exceeding Human Levels

One of the biggest questions facing the world is exactly when artificial general intelligence (AGI) will achieve the technological singularity, i.e., the point when AI will equal and then surpass human levels. However, new findings from Stanford University indicate that artificial narrow intelligence (ANI) technologies like image and speech recognition are already attaining a technological…

11.28.17

Facebook Tackles Terrorism with AI Photo and Video Matching

Facebook in November announced it is successfully stamping out nearly all terrorist content posted on its site due to advances in the company’s AI photo and video matching technology. “Today, 99 percent of the ISIS and Al Qaeda-related terror content we remove from Facebook is content we detect before anyone in our community has flagged…

11.28.17

Veritone Among the First to be Recognized by AWS for Machine Learning Expertise

Veritone® Inc. (NASDAQ: VERI), a leading provider of artificial intelligence (AI) insights and cognitive solutions, today announced that it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Machine Learning (ML) Competency status. This designation recognizes Veritone for offering solutions that enable prescriptive and predictive capabilities within customer workflows and applications. AWS ML Competency status designates Veritone as…

AWS Marketplace AI 11.14.17

Veritone Makes Artificial Intelligence Truly Accessible and Actionable with AWS Marketplace Listing

Listing Brings Orchestrated, Multi-Engine Artificial Intelligence to AWS Customers Veritone® Inc. (NASDAQ: VERI), a leading provider of artificial intelligence (AI) insights and cognitive solutions, today announced the immediate availability of its aiWARE™ platform on AWS Marketplace. As an Advanced Technology Partner in the AWS Partner Network (APN), Veritone provides AWS customers with full access to…

11.11.17

AI Robots for Offshore Energy Inspection and Maintenance

Remote locations, adverse weather, dizzying heights—all these issues can make the task of inspecting offshore energy assets like oil rigs and wind turbines a slow, hazardous and expensive endeavor. However, robots can cut the cost and risk of these tasks dramatically. That’s why a consortium of UK universities and companies are working together to develop…

Cars AI 10.13.17

MIT Computer Vision Technology Allows Cars to See Around Corners

Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers have devised a computer vision system that monitors subtle shadows to detect objects that are hidden from view. The CornerCameras system from the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) observes light reflections to perceive unseen people or things. The computer vision system uses these reflections to estimate the…