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How AI’s Learn to See

While search engines help us find answers and information quickly, their ability to source images from similar pictures is still a work in progress. That’s about to change according to Clarifai Founder and CEO Matt Zeiler who says AI technology now makes it easier for users to find exactly what they’re looking for by searching images for similar content and products.

Software Engineering Daily Podcast – Convolutional Neural Networks with Matt Zeiler

Convolutional neural networks are a machine learning tool that uses layers of convolution and pooling to process and classify inputs. CNNs are useful for identifying objects in images and video. In this episode, we focus on the application of convolutional neural networks to image and video recognition and classification.

TWiML&AI podcast – Deep Neural Nets for Visual Recognition

Today we bring you our final interview from backstage at the NYU FutureLabs AI Summit. I caught up with Matt Zeiler after his talk “From Research to the Real World”. Our conversation focused on the birth and growth of Clarifai, as well as the underlying deep neural network architectures that enable it.

Clarifai Names Twitter Veteran, Tom Woolway, VP of Engineering

Clarifai, the leading visual recognition AI company that uses sophisticated machine learning to understand images and videos, today announced Tom Woolway as its new VP of Engineering.

AI company Clarifai says its new face recognition technology won’t be racist

Clarifai, which provides a cloud-based image-recognition service that plugs into apps and websites, says it's working to prevent such gaffes. It's introduced what it claims is a well-trained Demographics model to recognize gender, age, and what the company calls "multicultural appearance."

Tech firms searching for way to quickly spot video violence

Companies from Singapore to Finland are racing to improve artificial intelligence so software can automatically spot and block videos of grisly murders and mayhem before they go viral on social media. A dozen or more companies are wrestling with the problem, those in the industry say.

How Matthew Zeiler Created ‘Clarifai’ – The Image And Video Recognition API For Building Smart Apps

In November 2013, Matthew started 'Clarifai' - the world’s best published object recognition system that can be used for targeting ads to images, organizing user photo collections, and searching large untagged image collections. In an exclusive interview with CrazyEngineers, we got Matthew to talk about how it all began, their first customer, the competition and a lot more. Read on!​

The Great AI Recruitment War: Amazon Is On Top, And Apple Is Almost Nowhere To Be Seen

When Matt Zeiler finished his PhD in machine learning from New York University in 2013, the tech giants came scrambling. While he was graduating, the young artificial intelligence researcher won the ImageNet competition, which pits teams against each other for who can get the best image recognition. His team beats outs giants like Google.

Brands see visual intelligence as key part of AI strategy

Brands have quickly recognized this technology as a commercial asset. Clarifai, a leading computer vision company with a popular visual intelligence API, was recently used to analyze hundreds of photos of fans during baseball games to identify when they have caught a ball.

30 of New York’s finest start-ups to watch in 2017

Start spreading the news, these tech start-ups are the hottest tickets to emerge from New York City. Regarded as one of the biggest and most exciting cities to visit in the world, and often referred to as the ‘City of Dreams’, New York City has paved the path for more than 100 of the newest and brightest start-up companies.

Five Simple Ways to Build Artificial Intelligence in 2017

Luckily for developers who want to get in on the action, there are a range of services available that make it simple to get started with the basics of building your own artificial intelligence, chatbot and/or personal assistant for whatever purpose you can dream up. In this overview, we’ll look at the services that exist which can enable developers to begin connecting their own apps and IoT devices to voice recognition, chatbots and artificial intelligence throughout 2016.

Who is YOUR celebrity lookalike? Find out with this online AI tool that reveals your famous doppelganger

You many not be a star, but you could look just like one. Scientists have created celebrity-spotting software which uses artificial intelligence to match faces to celebrities in a matter of seconds. The system has 10,000 celebrities on record and can match celebrities such as Angelina Jolie, Morgan Freeman with more than 90 per cent confidence.