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Trueface raises $3.7M to recognise that gun, as it’s being pulled,...

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Globally, millions of cameras are in deployed by companies and organizations every year. All you have to do is look up. Yes, there they...

Medivis gets FDA approval for its augmented reality surgical planning toolkit

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Augmented reality is coming to the operating room theater sooner than anyone may have predicted. Medivis, which launched its product suite earlier this year, has...

Vintra raises $4.8 million to analyze camera footage with AI

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Security camera ownership is on the rise worldwide — Global Market Insights predicts that the IP camera market will cross $20 billion in revenue...

Biotech AI startup Sight Diagnostics gets $27.8M to speed up blood...

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Sight Diagnostics, an Israeli medical devices startup that’s using AI technology to speed up blood testing, has closed a  $27.8 million Series C funding...

Xnor’s saltine-sized, solar-powered AI hardware redefines the edge

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“If AI is so easy, why isn’t there any in this room?” asks Ali Farhadi, founder and CEO of Xnor, gesturing around the conference...

Computer vision startup AnyVision pulls in new funding from Lightspeed

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While there have been a few massive surveillance startups in China that have raised funds on the back of computer vision advances, there’s seemed...

Samsung is using computer vision to tell you what’s in your...

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CES is a yearly ritual to imagine what’s possible and display the strange, innovative, and silly. There can be surprises, but for a highly anticipated...

Whirlpool’s smart countertop oven sets cooking time and temperature

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Smart ovens that recognize food and automatically adjust to the right cooking time and temp accordingly might seem like the future, but Whirlpool’s new smart...

Pandora Radio cofounder’s Grabango raises $12 million for cashierless store tech

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Cashierless stores are fast becoming a reality, thanks to Amazon’s aggressive expansion of  its Amazon Go chain and an emergent class of startups looking...

Montreal startup Stradigi’s AI game teaches people sign language

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Responsibly applied artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to solve some of the world’s toughest challenges. One needn’t look further for evidence then the winners...