New secure real-time recognition technology from ABBYY completely transforms user experience

ABBYY, a leading global provider of technologies and solutions that help businesses to action information, is launching a new Real-Time Recognition SDK – a secure mobile technology for iOS and Android that lets developers add offline recognition of 63 natural languages in live video stream to their enterprise and consumer applications. On-screen images are processed in real … continue reading

Facebook touts advancements in AI

Facebook wants to be more than just a social media platform. The company has been dabbling in virtual reality, software development, open-source software, Internet access, and more recently artificial intelligence. “Many people think of Facebook as just the big blue app, or even as the website, but in recent years we’ve been building a family … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Google’s AI neural network creates psychedelic art with ‘Inceptionism’

Google has developed an artificially intelligent neural network that’s transforming images into eye-popping pieces of psychedelic art. Through a process Google is calling “Inceptionism,” the company’s research arm has developed image recognition software running artificial neural networks that mimic human brain function. Inceptionism then allows the software to analyze an image—its objects, layers and characteristics—and … continue reading

Nokia’s buys Alcatel-Lucent for $16.6 billion, MIT’s Picture programming language, and Talend adds Apache Spark to Big Data Sandbox—SD Times news digest: April 15, 2015

Nokia has announced it is joining forces with Alcatel-Lucent in an effort to become an innovation leader and provider of technology and services for the IP connected world. The combined company would focus on providing connectivity for people, such as with the Internet of Things. “I am proud that the joined forces of Nokia and … continue reading

NVIDIA takes learning deep

It’s been a few years since hardware makers found it fashionable to sell computers directly to the developer. Workstations were mainstay devices for developers in the 1980s and 1990s, but the turn of the millennium brought with it a preference toward generic PCs for development machines. NVIDIA is hoping to change this with the Digits … continue reading

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