Coffee and Instagram: An Animated History of the Visual WebVisual Web
Why AI Should Never Design iPhone CasesIFL Science!
A man wearing adult diapers. A cheese wheel on a set of killer abs. A woman getting Botox. Fantastic, freaky and funny are just a few adjectives one might use to describe the kooky smartphone case designs that an Amazon bot recently auto-generated from top online image searches. Photo editors and product designers don't need to quit their day jobs just yet.
The Long Road to RoboCop ContinuesDefense One
First there were police body cams, then autonomous cars in Dubai with biometric scanners, and now it's cop body cams with built-in facial recognition. Motorola is working with AI company Neurala to produce the cameras, which use computer vision and real-time machine learning to recognize not only perps, but also missing kids (the software can learn simply from looking at pictures). Wethinks DARPA paid a lot more than a dollar for this research, though.
The Computer Vision CookbookPopular Mechanics
It's time to put all that food porn to good use. Developed by AI researchers at MIT, Pic2Recipe uses image recognition to identify what's in pictures of food, then provides a recipe. So far, it's been able ID dishes 65 percent of the time, particularly with baked goods, but is more stumped by amorphous-looking blends like smoothies. So when is Pinterest implementing this exact feature?
IS IT ALL JUST A GAME?VENTUREBEAT
If you though gamification was a hoot, wait until you read up on how gaming can revolutionize marketing and business in the future. This fascinating panel of gaming-, marketing-, and AI-experts covers topics such as simulation games that are literally made to machine learn from the players, smarter AI in-game bartenders, and ideal times to advertise in gameplay. (Um, maybe not after a player loss might be a good rule of thumb.)
Computer Vision and Beyond From Cannes: How AI Invaded Marketing’s Biggest Get-Together This YearCannes
Computer Vision Expert Serge Belongie Talks AI, Alexa’s Post-Voice Future and Warby Parker AR GlassesComputer Vision
Interview with Serge Belongie a professor at Cornell University's Department of Computer Science, specializing in computer vision and machine learning.
Amazon, Facebook, and Google Computer Vision Tech That Will Transform Brand MarketingComputer Vision
Today's smartphone-wielding consumers have become the ultimate and most prolific creators of images. How are brands supposed to cope in this wild new visual world? These three emerging tools may help.
The Future Isn’t AI,
It’s Already Here
How artificial intelligence is running through our everyday lives.
in Computer Vision
The evolution of computer vision today impacts everything from facial recognition technology to driverless cars. Here's how we got to where we are now.
Will AI Replace Humans (and Other Takeaways From Collision 2017)Deep Learning
The annual tech gathering explored the implications of artificial intelligence in business and the world, including the future roles of humans and machines. The good news? We're in this love together.
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How will these growing visual technologies will transform everything from gaming to marketing? We talked with tech guru Robert Scoble to find out.