Brain Inspired Image Recognition Software Allows Computers to See

Researchers have developed software that allows computers to see, helping us get closer to a day in which intelligent machines will see the world the way we do. More importantly this technology has led to an application that helps you purchase wine by snapping a photo of the bottle with your smart phone.


With their company, Cortexica, British Drs. Anil Bharath and Jeffrey Ng have created technology that allow computers to see. It’s already being used by consumers to quickly retrieve information about what they buy, and will soon help companies advertise more effectively. In developing the technology, they drew inspiration from a computer that already sees very well: the human brain.

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Feature-detection is a very interesting area of artificial intelligence, IMHO. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feature_detection_(computer_vision)
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