Extract deployed on Zededa Edge-IoT Platform to analyze video and identify faces in real time.
Foundation AI helps a State Department of Corrections conduct automated contact-tracing for COVID-19
Foundation ExtractWC saves a large California law firm over $400,000 annually by streamlining its document intake operations.
Foundation AI helps Translutions track vehicles and pedestrians in real-time video
Foundation AI helps the New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner extract “meaningful insights” from its massive cache of data
Find out how we help a correctional department target the right individuals for positive interventions based on their prior behavior.
Foundation AI helps a large appliance manufacturer analyze customer reviews to identify product issues and sought-after features
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Object Recognition enables programs to identify objects from video and still images. This allows AI-enabled programs to not only to recognize objects as separate from the background in a video or still image, but to identify the features of those objects.
What Object Recognition does for images and video, Natural Language Processing (NLP) does for text. NLP extracts structured data from unstructured text.
Speech Recognition (also referred to as speech to text) is the first stage in a string of algorithms in which user input is provided via voice. You can see this technology in play in virtual assistants like Google Assistant, Alexa, and Siri.
Have you ever bought something online and then were presented with an offer to buy something complementary? Have you received a special offer in the mail from your cable company right as you were thinking of switching providers?
Optimization at its core is about problem solving and planning. Using structured data provided by techniques like Natural Language Processing or Object Recognition as context, it can determine the most efficient way to achieve a goal.
Forecasting is another technique that uses structured data (often obtained by using techniques from Natural Language Processing and Object Recognition) to inform decision-making.
AI is very good at faking understanding. Using statistical methods to identify correlation, it can predict the sales price of a house, turn spoken word into text, and identify if a picture contains a dog.
I’m sure you’ve heard of Optical Character Recognition or OCR. It’s been around in some form or another since the early 1900s. At its core, it’s simply the process of recognizing printed text in images. Let’s say you’re at work and someone hands you a newspaper article.
Denver, Colorado, November 17–22, 2019 - Foundation AI partnered with Advantech at the SuperComputing 2019 Conference to showcase our Traffic Analysis Module running on Advantech’s SKY-6400 server.
Foundation AI Research Scientist Sheikh Shams Azam presented CASCADENET: An LSTM Based Deep Learning Model for Automated ICD-10 Coding at the Future of Information and Communication Conference (FICC) 2019.
Foundation AI and Unlock Venture Partners are proud to announce a partnership that will benefit both Unlock Venture Partners and their portfolio companies.
Vivek Rao, CEO of Foundation AI, and Vamsi Kasivajjala, Chief Solution Architect of Foundation AI participated in VITALS: UCLA Anderson Healthcare Conference 2019.
Foundation AI has become an approved service provider for startups in the UCLA Anderson Accelerator.
Foundation AI sponsored a Hackathon at the International School of Engineering (INSOFE), the largest data science university in Asia.
Today, the COVID-19 global pandemic is forcing business leaders to make critical decisions to keep their people healthy and their organizations running.
Foundation Extract leverages AI to streamline critical document management activities and ensure that they can be performed remotely.
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