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Tiliter bags $7.5M for its ‘plug and play’ cashierless checkout tech

Tiliter bags .5M for its ‘plug and play’ cashierless checkout tech Tiliter, an Australian startup that’s using computer vision to power cashierless checkout tech that replaces the need for barcodes on products, has closed a $7.5 million Series A round of funding led by Investec Emerging Companies. The 2017-founded company is using AI for retail […]

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Pimloc gets $1.8M for its AI-based visual search and redaction tool

Pimloc gets .8M for its AI-based visual search and redaction tool UK-based Pimloc has closed a £1.4 million (~$1.8M) seed funding round led by Amadeus Capital Partners. Existing investor Speedinvest and other unnamed shareholders also participated in the round. The 2016-founded computer vision startup launched a AI -powered photo classifier service called Pholio in 2017 — […]

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Headroom, which uses AI to supercharge videoconferencing, raises $5M

Headroom, which uses AI to supercharge videoconferencing, raises M Videoconferencing has become a cornerstone of how many of us work these days — so much so that one leading service, Zoom, has graduated into verb status because of how much it’s getting used. But does that mean videoconferencing works as well as it should? Today, […]

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There’s a way to pick the absolute best images for your content: Apply AI

There’s a way to pick the absolute best images for your content: Apply AI Kristin Tynski Contributor Share on Twitter Kristin Tynski is co-founder and SVP creative at Fractl, a growth marketing agency that’s helped Fortune 500 companies and boutique businesses earn quality media coverage, backlinks, awareness and authority. Most marketers believe there’s a lot […]

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On lying AIs

On lying AIs A yellow-eyed cat tilts its eyes at the camera, gazing up from a grey bedspread. ‘London Trip’, is the AI’s title for this photo-montage ‘Memory’ plucked from the depths of my iPhone camera-roll. It’s selected a sad score of plinking piano and sweeping violin. The algorithm has calculated it must tug at […]

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Deep Science: Dog detectors, Mars mappers and AI-scrambling sweaters

Deep Science: Dog detectors, Mars mappers and AI-scrambling sweaters Research papers come out at far too rapid a rate for anyone to read them all, especially in the field of machine learning, which now affects (and produces papers in) practically every industry and company. This column aims to collect the most relevant recent discoveries and […]

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Report: Apple quietly acquired Israel’s Camerai, formerly Tipit, a specialist in AR and camera tech

Report: Apple quietly acquired Israel’s Camerai, formerly Tipit, a specialist in AR and camera tech Apple is well known for picking up smaller startups on the hush-hush to augment its business, and today news leaked out about the latest of these… nearly two years after the fact. Sometime between 2018 and 2019, the iPhone giant […]

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Imint: the Swedish firm that gives Chinese smartphones an edge in video production

Imint: the Swedish firm that gives Chinese smartphones an edge in video production If your phone takes amazing photos, chances are its camera has been augmented by artificial intelligence embedded in the operating system. Now videos are getting the same treatment. In recent years, smartphone makers have been gradually transforming their cameras into devices that […]

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R&D Roundup: Tech giants unveil breakthroughs at computer vision summit

R&D Roundup: Tech giants unveil breakthroughs at computer vision summit Computer vision summit CVPR has just (virtually) taken place, and like other CV-focused conferences, there are quite a few interesting papers. More than I could possibly write up individually, in fact, so I’ve collected the most promising ones from major companies here. Facebook, Google, Amazon […]

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Stockwell, the AI-vending machine startup formerly known as Bodega, is shutting down July 1

Stockwell, the AI-vending machine startup formerly known as Bodega, is shutting down July 1 Stockwell AI entered the world with a bang but it is leaving with a whimper. Founded in 2017 by ex-Googlers, the AI vending machine startup formerly known as Bodega first raised blood pressures — people hated how it referenced and poorly ‘disrupted’ mom-and-pop […]

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