object recognition

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Noun1.object recognition - the visual perception of familiar objects
beholding, seeing, visual perception - perception by means of the eyes
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Global leader in computer vision space builds upon its 18 granted patents worldwide, spearheading innovations to make computer vision part of everyday reality
Applications for computer vision are rather extensive, ranging from image cataloguing/sorting to securing an individual's phone through facial recognition and detecting objects/persons in public.
Headquartered in Barcelona with offices in Madrid, Sao Paulo, and Mexico City, ICAR was founded in 2002 as a spin-off of the Computer Vision Center of the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona.
Engineered by Qualcomm Technologies from the ground up, Qualcomm Spectra paves the way for future image quality and computer vision innovations in upcoming Qualcomm SnapdragonTM Mobile Platforms.
17 July 2017 - Singapore-based computer vision solutions provider Trax has formed an alliance with Nielson to assumed ownership for delivering US-based Nielson Store Observation (NSO) project-based services in the US, the company said.
Tesla has since revealed that computer vision expert Andrej Karpathy has joined the company's Tesla Vision project.
The collaboration is aimed at capturing a wide range of roadway data using computer vision.
Technical data, videos and case studies work together to provide a detailed overview of CODEFY SOFTWARE's capabilities across a wide range of sectors, Mobile Applications, Computer Vision Applications, Web Applications, Enterprise Software and GIS & 3D Simulation Applications.
The platform's advanced technology and architecture provide a unique advantage to both experienced and novice computer vision teams in addressing the growing cost, expertise, and time to market challenges they face in optimizing their systems.
Fyusion, a leading developer of new computer vision and machine learning technologies, has unveiled a mobile phone platform that allows users to create augmented reality content, the company said.
The chipmaker is buying Movidius, the firm behind a computer vision chip known as the Myriad 2.
With the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition conference in Las Vegas on the way, Google has announced several of its accomplishments.

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