Amazon Rekognition can now recognize celebrities

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Spread the loveTweet Amazon Rekognition, Amazon’s deep learning-powered image detection and recognition service, is getting a little bit smarter today. The service can now recognize thousands of celebrities across a…


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Facebook is speeding up training for visual recognition models

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Spread the loveTweet Every minute spent training a deep learning model is a minute not doing something else and in today’s fast paced world of research, that minute is worth…


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Cognata receives $5M to speed up autonomous testing

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Spread the loveTweet Rand Corporation reported in 2016 that autonomous cars would need to be tested over 11 billion miles in order to prove that they’re better drivers than humans.…


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Crunch Report | Microsoft’s New Laptop Surfaces

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Spread the loveTweet Hulu’s new Live TV app hits the app stores 4 minutes ago by Sarah Perez Reminder: Sign up for 2-for-1 tickets to Disrupt SF 23 minutes ago by Emma…


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This beekeeper is rescuing bees with deep learning and an iPhone

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Spread the loveTweet By now just about everyone has seen the video of Makoto Koike’s deep learning-powered cucumber sorter. Hobbyists around the world are hacking solutions to their problems using machine…


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Bitfusion raises $5M for its AI lifecycle management platform

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Spread the loveTweet When Bitfusion launched at Disrupt NY 2015, its focus was on helping developers speed up their applications by giving them pre-compiled libraries that made better use of…


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Lyrebird is a voice mimic for the fake news era

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Spread the loveTweet A Montreal-based AI startup called Lyrebird has taken the wraps off a voice imitation algorithm that the team says can not only mimic the speech of a real person…


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