Deep learning

NXT Rio and Rome

The new IDS NXT Rio and Rome product families contain an AI vision app that transforms these standard industrial cameras into high-performance inference cameras

Eyes on the aisle

A combination of vision, sensor and deep learning technologies are creating extraordinary developments in retail, writes Matthew Dale

Bonseyes EU project to bring AI to embedded devices

An €8.5 million European project to bring artificial intelligence development to low power cloud and edge devices has reached the midway point in its three-year duration. Professor Oscar Deniz Suárez described the project at the European Machine Vision Forum in Bologna in September

SLAM algorithm developer raises $5m

SLAMcore, a UK developer of Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping (SLAM) algorithms for robots and drones, has raised $5m in funding in order to help it deliver its technology market

Robot uses vision to infer human actions to work together better

Engineers at the Politecnico di Milano in Italy are developing a vision system that can infer what a human is going to do in order for a robot to operate more effectively with its human co-workers. Professor Paolo Rocco spoke about the project at the European Machine Vision Forum in Bologna, Italy

Turning Grand Theft Auto into a deep learning dataset

A group at the University of Bologna is trying to make images from Grand Theft Auto more realistic so that they can act as training data for neural networks. Greg Blackman listens to Pierluigi Zama Ramirez’s presentation at the European Machine Vision Forum in Bologna in September

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