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The era of the camera: Google Lens, one year in
The answer, as you may have guessed, is machine learning and computer vision. But a machine learning algorithm is only as good as the data that it learns from. That’s why Lens leverages the hundreds of millions of queries in Image Search for “Shiba Inu” along with the thousands of images that are returned for each one to provide the basis for training its algorithms.
google  recognition  ai  future  search 
18 hours ago by dancall
Visual search firm Donde raises $6.5M | Retail Dive
Donde, a company that provides visual search technology to retailers and e-commerce sites, has raised $6.5 million in a Series A funding round led by Matrix Partners, according to a Donde press release.

Senior leaders from AliExpress, Google, Waze and Mobileye, all of whom were previous investors in the company, also participated in the latest funding round, which brought the company's total funding to $10 million, the release stated.
ai  recognition  new-companies  search 
23 hours ago by dancall
Machine Learning is Fun Part 6: How to do Speech Recognition with Deep Learning
Bay Area Deep Learning School Day 2 at CEMEX auditorium, Stanford
Speech Recognition and Deep Learning by by Adam Coates and Vinay Rao or Baidu
Adam Coates of Baidu gave a great presentation on Deep Learning for Speech Recognition at the Bay Area Deep Learning School. You can watch the video on YouTube (his talk starts at 3:51:00).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dXiAecyJrY&feature=youtu.be&t=13874
https://youtu.be/9dXiAecyJrY?t=13874
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Connectionist temporal classification: labelling unsegmented sequence data with recurrent neural networks
https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1143891
medium  speech  recognize  recognition  ai  artificial  intelligence  deep  learning 
7 days ago by yencarnacion
Pinterest Lets Users 'Shop The Look' | PYMNTS.com
Pinterest has fully automated Shop the Look, a feature that enables users to buy products from the company’s partners.
Launched in 2017, Shop the Look uses artificial intelligence to find objects in pinned photos that are similar to products in stock from vendors. While the original version had a “human in the loop” component that worked to match the pins with products, the company has now launched a fully automated experience for home decor scenes on iOS, with Android coming soon.
“This update increases our Shop The Look pin coverage by 22.5x across billions of pins and products, and in early testing has already lifted engagement by 7%,” wrote Kunlong Gu, engineer in the discovery division at Pinterest. “This update brings more computer vision-powered results across Pinterest, showing visually similar ideas to more people. With more Shop the Look pins in the system, pinners can expect to see a much more consistent user experience across all home decor scenes. In terms of internal operation, the artificial intelligence automation frees people from doing repetitive work so they can spend more time being creative.”
pinterest  ai  ecommerce  recognition  future  trends 
7 days ago by dancall
ReSpeaker Mic Array - Far-field w/ 7 PDM Microphones - Seeed Studio
Shop ReSpeaker Mic Array - Far-field w/ 7 PDM Microphones at Seeed Studio, we offer wide selection of electronic modules for makers to DIY projects. Quality Guarantees. Lifetime Tech Support. Full Tutorials and Projects.
type:hardware  microphone  speech  recognition 
8 days ago by endorama
Cameras that understand: portrait mode and Google Lens — Benedict Evans
In the first, text is recognized (and I can copy it), and then the book itself is recognized (by the text or the image?) and Lens delivers a product match. Success.
In the second, the app isn’t managing to recognise the object, so the photo is being passed on to Google Image search and a match is found on a bunch of web pages, but Google doesn’t know what this actually is. This works, from the consumer’s perspective, but there’s no knowledge graph.
Third, what should be a highly recognizable product (an Alvar Aalto vase) is taken from an angle that probably doesn’t match an image on a website, but Google’s object detection thinks it’s a free-standing bath. If I manually give the image to Google Image Search, it suggests ‘club chair’. (Technically, the phone might be able to work out how big this object is and do something with that, but that’s probably for next year.)
ai  recognition  casestudies  trends  future 
8 days ago by dancall
AI Program Taught Itself How To 'Cheat' Its Human Creators | Zero Hedge
a columnist at TechCrunch highlighted a study that was presented at a prominent industry conference back in 2017. In the study, researchers explained how a Generative Adversarial Network - one of the two common varieties of machine learning agents - defied the intentions of its programmers and started spitting out synthetically engineered maps after being instructed to match aerial photographs with their corresponding street maps
AI  recognition  image-processing 
11 days ago by pierredv
Privacy settings
Zeer trots dat Rydoo, één van Sodexo's top acquisities, zo erkend wordt:
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14 days ago by bbroeckx
Howard Schultz: Presidential Hopeful, Ratio King
If a tweet garners more responses than likes and retweets, you’ve been ratioed. That may not seem so bad on the face of it; after all, platforms like Facebook and Twitter prioritize engagement above all else. But people don’t pile into someone’s mentions for a healthy exchange of ideas in the digital salon. If they wanted to agree, they’d tap the fave icon. A ratio is what happens when people start yelling. “The lengthier the conversation, the surer it is that someone royally messed up,”
Twitter  defect  recognition  nmd405  ++++- 
14 days ago by jonippolito
For the Love of Pizza: Domino's to Offer Rewards Points for Any Pizza - Even Competitors'
Beginning on Saturday, Feb. 2, just ahead of one of the biggest pizza days of the year, Domino's will begin awarding rewards points for ALL pizza that customers may eat through its new Points for Pies program. The process is simple: Customers download the latest Domino's app, sign up for the Piece of the Pie Rewards® loyalty program (if not already a member), use the newly-embedded pizza identification feature to scan their pizza and voila! Customers can then earn 10 points. After a customer earns 60 points, they can redeem them for a free medium two-topping Domino's pizza! All the details can be found at pointsforpies.com.  
food  loyalty  ai  recognition  stunts 
14 days ago by dancall

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