Researchers are teaching computers to see optical illusions. The reason? To create smarter, more brain-like vision recognition algorithms for everything from robots to autonomous cars.
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Several different machine learning systems were used to categorize the Barnes Foundation’s digitized collection, and the results were rather surprising.
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The Amazon AWS DeepLens is like the Rasberry Pi for computer vision, a learning tool to teach developers imaging-based artificial intelligence. The camera comes pre-equipped with several A.I. infrastructures.
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Sure, AI allows for photo searches, but what if you don't want to store photos on the cloud? Pholio is a hardware-based AI solution that allows you to search for photos, discover old images and backup files, offline or online.
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