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AWS DeepLens and SageMaker tackle the ‘hot dog’ problem and a lot more

In an episode of HBO’s “Silicon Valley” this year, two of the characters build a start-up company that offers image recognition technology to distinguish what is truly a hot dog and what’s not. Clips of the segment spread like wildfire around Silicon Valley, and several enterprising developers actually built real hot dog recognition apps. This […] The post AWS DeepLens and SageMaker tackle the ‘hot dog’ problem and a lot more appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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