- In the HBO show Silicon Valley, an app is pitched to some credulous VCs called SeeFood that’s “like Shazam for food.”
- Weeks later, Pinterest announced that exact functionality for its own app, and now, less than a month after SeeFood’s initial parody of tech culture, we have a Shazam for cars: Blippar.
- The app can recognize any car made after the year 2000, and show you the make, model, and year of the car, along with customer reviews, a 360 panorama of the interior, and a price quote.
- But specific car recognition is nice addition to the app’s skill set, and probably a lot easier to monetize.
- To that end, the company is also launching an API, so other companies can add Blippar’s object-identification tech to their apps.
In the HBO show Silicon Valley, an app is pitched to some credulous VCs called SeeFood that’s “like Shazam for food.” Weeks later, Pinterest announced that exact functionality for its own app, and…
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- Scientists at Stanford University have taught an AI to diagnose early signs of skin cancer by feeding tens of thousands of images to its recognition database.
- Researchers are working on finding other medical uses for deep learning such as spotting diabetic retinopathy or other forms of cancer.
- Deep learning is a series of algorithms which mimic human neural networks, allowing the AI to detect patterns in images.
- Diagnosis is usually made by spotting the telltale signs by eye, which is where this software may become useful.
- The researchers tested the AI against 130,000 images, comparing the results to diagnoses of 21 clinicians.
Scientists at Stanford University have taught an AI to diagnose early signs of skin cancer by feeding tens of thousands of images to its recognition database. They hope the AI would eventually become an effective cancer detection tool outside of clinics.
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- What if I can be focused on my intended action without being distracted.
- 3 Reasons why chatbots will be the darling of users
- Chatbots, if used properly, can greatly reduce this clutter and cater to user’s wishes much better.
- Chatbots have the potential to be real darling of the users.
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Since the time Facebook has announced to open up their messenger platform for chatbots, they have been proliferating on the platform. As per a recent announcement by Facebook , an army of over…
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- Customers in the Seattle store can walk in, grab items and walk out.
- Amazon’s new store may be the future of easy
- Amazon announced its Amazon Go “just walk out” store on Dec. 5, 2016.
- The service is called Amazon Go.
- An Amazon Go app and sensors track everything the customer has taken, charging their Amazon account as they leave.
Customers in the Seattle store can walk in, grab items and walk out. No lines, no checkout.
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- In return, DeepMind gets access to records belonging to over 1.6 million patients who are registered with one of the Royal Free NHS Trust’s three London hospitals.
- It also points out that patient data is encrypted, and is used only by DeepMind, not the larger organization of Google.
- Smart machines are beginning to speak to us and act on their own.
- Machine learning will alert medics to early signs of illness, but some critics argue that too much data is being shared.
- The project will provide medics across a number of London hospitals with alerts about patients via an app called Streams .
Machine learning will alert medics to early signs of illness, but some critics argue that too much data is being shared.
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- Get the app to connect with over 15 million photographers.
- Use the currency button to select currency, and we’ll use that from now on.
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- From your smartphone, Wine Ring uses an advanced algorithm to learn what types of wine you’d rate “love, like, so-so or dislike,” and recommends bottles based on your tastes.
- Cauble’s SommSelect has a daily wine offering and is working with Wine Ring to integrate the app’s software with their wine selections to better help people find drinks they’re going to like.
- Wine Ring is putting the taste for wine straight into your smartphone, Dillon said, creating a tasteful, one-of-a-kind “extension and expression of your own personal preferences.”
- Wine Ring’s patented technology compiles a consumer’s preferences as one tastes and rates wines.
- While there are other wine apps on the market, it’s the first to use technology to make suggestions based on individual preferences alone.
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Wine Ring is an app, which uses an algorithm to learn what types of wine you’d like and recommends bottles based on your favorite tastes.
Using artificial intelligence to pick the perfect bottle of wine