Category Archives: Artificial Intelligence

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Image content recognition: A Stillbirth ?

Content recognition in images has made great thrives over the last few years and shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, as more graduate students pour out of prestigious schools across the world, the more the field is experiencing healthy competition. To add fuel, major companies like Yahoo, Google, Apple  have thrown multi million acquisition dollars at pre revenue startups, greatly activating VC’s potential to fund new ones. However, at the same time as the scope of research increases, a couple of hurdles might…

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Photo cloud services: watch out – Flickr is on a roll

It took a while and a few false starts, but Flickr has not only caught up with the leading photo storage and syncing providers; they’ve actually just steamed ahead and left others in the dust – for now – with the release of ambitious new photo organizing and syncing features, as well as an overhauled user interface for its website, apps and desktop software. Flickr now fully syncs the user’s photos and videos across devices, auto-uploads them from smartphones, features a timeline browsing interface, automatically…

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10 Questions to an Artificial Intelligence Architect: Flickr

Flickr started it all. At it’s core, the simple idea of a place where people can share they favorite photographs. A lot has been written about what it could have been and missed opportunities. With 93 million users sharing 1 million photos daily, rejuvenated by a photo enthusiastic leadership and infused with recent high-tech acquisitions, it is breathing a second life. While there is a lot to do to catch up to its mobile-generation rivals, it is actively shedding its static image to become one…

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