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Computer Vision

Trax Launches Retail Watch in Americas to Help Grocery Retailers Automate In-Store Data Collection and Optimize Operations

Computer vision and IoT-powered shelf monitoring solution provides continuous, real-time shelf data to automate shelf condition measurement, resulting in improved product availability and store execution standards Trax, a leading global provider of computer vision solutions and analytics for retail, has officially launched Retail Watch in the Americas. Retail Watch, a computer vision-powered store monitoring and intelligence solution, helps grocery retailers automate in-store data collection and optimize operations. This…

RealNetworks Strengthens SAFR’s Leadership Team with Appointment of Brad Donaldson as Vice President, Computer Vision

RealNetworks, Inc. announced the appointment of Brad Donaldson as Vice President, Computer Vision to lead the strategic development and market expansion of the SAFR product line. Mr. Donaldson's charter is to drive substantial growth of the RealNetworks portfolio of computer vision technologies and solutions, building on its well-established foundation of exceptionally accurate AI-powered facial recognition products. "Brad's deep product expertise, commitment, and fluency in the physical security market immediately…

autoRetouch Launches To Revolutionize Image Editing For Fashion Products

autoRetouch - the first end-to-end, automated image processing platform - launched its Open Beta phase. Powered by AI, the company currently offers a Software as a Service (SaaS) platform for automated bulk-processing of Fashion product images. Users create an account on the autoRetouch website and are able to try the service for free with up to 10 images. To process additional images they buy credits on a pay-as-you-go basis. The price to process one image is €0.10. The service is designed around the concept of…

Why CMOs Are Blind to 90% of Their Content Experience

It is best practice -- and common -- for marketers to pre-test human response of their premium Video content. That typically includes big event-driven “tentpole” TV spots, like Super Bowl ads, and evergreen content that is designed to be relevant for a long period of time. That’s logical: If you’re spending millions of dollars on creative production, and millions of dollars to distribute that content, it is only responsible to test, diagnose, improve, predict and select the highest performing ads. More specifically,…

TechBytes with Vanya Cohen, Machine Learning Engineer at Luminoso

Hi Vanya, from spending your time in Seattle to joining an NLP and AI technology company - what inspired you to make this journey? Growing up in Seattle, I was exposed to tech at a pretty young age. Most of my friends’ parents worked for Microsoft. I spent a lot of my free time working on little coding projects, and even started my own business developing Video game mods in high school. Movies like 2001: A Space Odyssey captured my imagination, and gave me a sense that AI was going to be an important part of the…

Super Bowl Ads From Mountain Dew, Avacados From Mexico, Rocket Mortgage Drove Highest Viewer Attention, According to Realeyes

Attention and Emotion Measures Reveal Propensity for Advertising Creative to Drive Impact of Paid Media Investment Realeyes, a leader in computer vision and emotion AI, revealed the company’s 2020 ranking of Super Bowl LIV ads according to viewer attention and emotion. Based on aggregate measurement from an opt-in panel audience (n=2,500) using webcams and anonymous facial coding, the Realeyes’ “Interest” score is an index that combines attention and emotion signals to build a second-by-second indication of a viewer’s…

Shekel Brainweigh Brings Autonomous Shopping, AI Retail Breakthroughs to NRF 2020 Vision

At the NRF Vision 2020, Shekel Brainweigh will unveil its breakthrough autonomous shopping and  AI retail products, to expand into the world’s first autonomous micro-market solution At the NRF Vision 2020, Shekel Brainweigh will unveil its breakthrough autonomous shopping and  AI retail products. Shekel’s solutions are integrated into visionary products from retail tech leaders, including Intel, HP, and Hitachi and will be on full display at partner booths and at its own booth #5880. Shekel is the leader in advanced…

Ubiquity6 Launches Display.land – A Place for People to Capture, Edit and Share Reality

Reality is the new canvas for creativity: Ubiquity6 launches Display.land to unlock new ways for people to create and connect by merging the digital and physical worlds ​Ubiquity6​, the augmented reality and computer vision company, announced the general availability of Display.land, an augmented reality app and creation community that empowers anyone to turn physical spaces into a digital environment for shared self-expression and creativity. Display.land turns the everyday smartphone camera into a connected, world-scale…

Will Facebook’s Gesture Recognition Tool Make the Cut in AR VR Market?

Virtual tools would rule the future. For all those who are high on sci-fi intersecting with the world of commercial gaming, here's a big announcement for you. Facebook is bringing alive its Virtual Reality-focused Gesture Recognition tool. Last week from Oculus Connect conference, the leading technology enabler confirmed building the future of Hand Gesture simulation. This includes mixing powerful computing, AI and VR techniques into their Oculus device. Oculus Link will now bring a truly VR-gaming experience to Quest and a…

Facebook Acquires Neural Interface Platform CTRL-labs for $1 Billion (Speculated)

Facebook has acquired the NYC-based AI startup company, CTRL-labs. The neural interface platform signed off a deal letting global social media and bog data aggregator Facebook to fully commoditize non-invasive neural interfaces for business owners. CTRL-labs confirmed the deal via a tweet from their official handle. CTRL-labs is most likely to band together with Facebook's AR VR lab that is working on a  combination of technologies related to smart glass wearables, AR VR, Augmented Learning, Neural Processing, Computer…

FranceTV Publicité Launches New In-Video Advertising Solution in Partnership with Mirriad

Continuing to Drive Innovation, FranceTV Publicité Offers Brands the Next Generation of Product Placement with Mirriad's In-Video Advertising Solution Computer vision and AI-powered platform company Mirriad, is partnering with FranceTV Publicité who announced this week it has launched three tailored offers of next generation product placement using the Mirriad in-video advertising solution. Mirriad's sophisticated technology seamlessly inserts brands in France Télévisions popular scripted dramas after the content is…

Five Providers of Computer Vision Software Named IDC Innovators

International Data Corporation (IDC) recently published an IDC Innovators report profiling five companies that offer compelling and differentiated computer vision software. The five companies are Algolux, Deep Vision AI, Sighthound, ViSenze, and Umbo CV. A new IDC Innovators report profiles five companies that offer compelling and differentiated computer vision software. Computer vision is an AI technology that allows computers to understand and label images. Use cases include video surveillance, driverless car testing,…

Interview with Ben Plomion, CMO, GumGum

"Too many marketers continue to hang on to the more traditional elements of marketing while ignoring those that could help improve consumer engagement and brand visibility."Tell us about your role at GumGum and how you got here. What’s the most fascinating aspect of being a part of GumGum? I joined GumGum three years ago and became Chief Marketing Officer a year later. I am responsible for Brand Management, Integrated Marketing Programs and Corporate Communications. Our company teaches machines how to see things the way…