Post Profile






Cargill Invests In Facial Recognition...For Cows

Via Climateer Investing blog, Do cows have faces? From AgFunder: Cainthus, an Irish startup focused on using computer vision and predictive imaging analysis to monitor the health and well-being of livestock has received an undisclosed investment from protein giant Cargill. Cainthus uses various types of imaging equipment to monitor livestock operations while artificial intelligence and custom algorithms detect behavior in individual animals to monitor their health and alert the user when an action is required.
read more

share

Related Posts


Facebook buys facial recognition startup Face.com

Technology : Venture Beat

Facebook has purchased facial recognition startup Face.com, the companies announced Monday morning. “People who use Facebook enjoy sharing photos and memories with their friends, and Face.com’s technology has helped to provide the b...

OnFarm, The First Crowdfunding Investment From AgFunder, Closes Seed Round

Technology : TechCrunch: Enterprise

AgFunder, a new crowdfunding investment platform for agricultural and ag-related technologies has wrapped up its first successful campaign with the close of a seed investment for OnFarm, a provider of data and analytics software for...

Saving Face: Investment in Recognition Tech Heats Up in China

Technology : Tech - WSJ.com

A Chinese startup that sells facial recognition systems to police secured venture-capital funding that values it at more than $1.5 billion, underscoring the sector’s emergence as one of technology’s hottest areas of interest.

PhotoTime Is A Mobile Photo Gallery Capable Of Image And Facial Recognition

Technology : TechCrunch: Enterprise

A computer vision company called Orbeus has just launched a photo gallery replacement app for iOS users, PhotoTime, which uses image and facial recognition technologies to allow users to search for photos based on who’s in them, wha...

Finally, Facial Recognition For Cows Is Here

Technology / Gadgets : Gizmodo Australia

Face recognition has spread from airports to soccer games to primary schools, and now farms and stables. Global food giant Cargill announced yesterday that it is partnering with Cainthus, an Irish computer vision company, to pilot f...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC