Category Archives: visual recognition

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What Google’s new open source TensorFlow and Cloud Vision API mean for photo app developers

When discussing this year’s Mobile Photo Connect “Prospering in the emerging Photos at your Fingertips” theme, several photo app developers commented along the lines of “Wouldn’t it be nice if… companies such as Google or Facebook would share their machine learning and image recognition technologies with all of us?” Few expected this was likely to ever happen, let alone within weeks after the conference. On November 9 Google announced its open source TensorFlow machine-learning framework, followed three weeks later by its Cloud Vision image recognition…

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Visual recognition goes mainstream : Clarifai launches the Forevery app

When the 1,000-pound gorilla eats your lunch, you eat his breakfast:  Right on the heel of Google’s opening its visual recognition API for free to anyone, Clarifai launches today a free consumers app that can store and classify photo which could very well give a run for its money to Google’s Photo app. Constructed entirely on the company’s award-winning  deep learning visual recognition engine, the  Forevery app might become the favorite companion of every mobile shutterbug out there. The process is simple. Import your images and…

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