Our guest this week is Paul Kruszewski, an computer science PhD who’s spent nearly the last 20 years focused on 3D modeling and artificial intelligence.
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“We use deep learning to understand all the body parts. I would say within two years, we are going to understand, ‘Is the person depressed? Happy? Has their mood changed over time,’” Paul Kruszewski, wrnch CEO said.
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"Teach computers human body language, so that humans and computers can better interact"
Red Giant has announced a partnership with Augmented Reality (AR) technology startup, wrnch, to bring the company's powerful computer vision technology to Magic Bullet Denoiser III
Talk to anyone in the AR space right now and the phrase "democratizing x" is bound to arise two or three dozen times. Wrnch CEO Paul Kruszewski says that..