Insta360, one of the pioneers in making 360-degree cameras, just raised $30 million in a Series C+ funding round from Chinese investors including Everest Venture Capital, MG Holdings and Huajin Capital. The Shenzhen-based camera maker declines to disclose its latest valuation. It plans to use the fresh proceeds in research and development, marketing and after-sales services […]View More Camera maker Insta360 raises $30M as it eyes 2020 IPO
Artificial intelligence is widely heralded as something that could disrupt the jobs market across the board — potentially eating into careers as varied as accountants, advertising agents, reporters and more — but there are some industries in dire need of assistance where AI could make a wholly positive impact, a core one being healthcare. Despite […]View More Two former Qualcomm engineers are using AI to fix China’s healthcare problem
Evan Nisselson Contributor Evan Nisselson is a partner at LDV Capital. More posts by this contributor Deep learning with synthetic data will democratize the tech industry The war over artificial intelligence will be won with visual data Visual assessment is critical to healthcare – whether that is a doctor peering down your throat as you […]View More Healthcare by 2028 will be doctor-directed, patient-owned and powered by visual technologies
The Getty Research Institute has digitized over 3,000 photos from 19th century Turkey. The moments captured were primarily in Ottoman Turkey and tell a story of Turkeys culture and tradition. Read more…More about Photography, History, Mashabl…View More Thousands of photographs of the bygone Ottoman Empire digitized and viewable online
A new startup using AI to look after elderly people at home has raised a new round of funding to apply its platform to detect changes in gait or behavior, falls or stumbles. In other words, it could start to predict changes in long-term health. CherryHome, the home AI security system created by startup Cherry […]View More CherryHome raises $5.2M to apply AI to home care cameras, detecting behavior changes
Until recently, humans have relied on the trained eyes of doctors to diagnose diseases from medical images. Beijing-based Infervision is among a handful of artificial intelligence startups around the world racing to improve medical imaging analysis through deep learning, the same technology that powers face recognition and autonomous driving. The startup, which has to date raised $70 […]View More China’s Infervision is helping 280 hospitals worldwide detect cancers from images
Yariv Bash, the chief executive of drone delivery startup Flytrex, wants to make drone delivery “as easy as using your iPhone“. Meanwhile, Ran Krauss, the CEO of Airobotics, has helped his startup raise over $70 million for its mission to bring the autonomous revolution to the drone industry. Both men are leading two Israeli companies at […]View More Ran Krauss and Yariv Bash, leaders at two of Israel’s hottest drone startups, are joining us in Tel Aviv
NVIDIA developed an AI imaging technique that can edit or reconstruct images even when parts of the image are completely erased. Read more…More about Mashable Video, Photoshop, Artificial Intelligence, Imaging, and PhotoView More NVIDIA’s new AI photo filler is mind-blowing to watch
360-degree camera maker Insta360 just released a video that shows off a new feature it’s calling “FlowState,” which stabilizes a ‘flat,’ traditional HD video frame by extracting it from a 360 capture. This might be a familiar technique if you’ve followed what GoPro and Rylo are doing with their own 360 cameras, but Insta360’s take […]
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As Apple continues to work on ever-smaller but more powerful computing devices, it has acquired a startup focusing on nanotechnology, and specifically as it relates to image sensors. TechCrunch has learned and confirmed that Apple has picked up InVisage Technologies, a startup that develops solutions to improve imaging capabilities on space-constrained devices, like smartphones.
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A void concealed away in the largest pyramid in Giza has been revealed, thanks to some space-age technology.
Scientists used cutting-edge imaging techniques to see how particles called muons behaved deep within the Great Pyramid, also known as Khufu’s Pyramid. Read more…View More Secret void in the largest pyramid in Giza has been revealed, thanks to some space-age technology