Blippar’s car-identifying app is like SeeFood for cars

Blippar's car-identifying app is like SeeFood for cars

  • 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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OracleVoice: Machine Learning Stands To Transform The Way We Communicate

OracleVoice: Machine learning stands to transform the way we communicate

  • With adaptive intelligent applications, organizations can also begin to offer personalized recommendations to customers by getting to the heart of their individual business needs, purchasing decisions, interests, and patterns.
  • New Oracle Cloud services can provide employees with a knowledge base that provides the insights they need to improve business results through a heightened understanding of the way their customers operate.
  • These adaptive intelligent applications can provide organizations—from finance professionals and HR recruiters to marketing and supply chain managers—with actionable business and customer insights to make more informed decisions, leading to more success for their customers.
  • While customer success has long been a central component in the DNA of many organizations, adaptive intelligent applications are helping business integrate customer success further into the DNA of the devices their clients and employees rely on daily.
  • Then, businesses can truly begin to transform the way they anticipate customers’ needs and provide unrivaled experiences and unmatched success.

With adaptive intelligent applications, organizations can offer personalized recommendations to customers by getting to the heart of their individual business needs, purchasing decisions, interests, and patterns.
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