Computer vision stories
Pure Storage enhances AI offerings & receives NVIDIA DGX BasePOD certification
Pure Storage enhances its AI storage offering and continues to support global AI deployments with reliable access to data and streamlined infrastructure.
UiPath crowned as Leader in IDC MarketScape's IDP Vendor Assessment
UiPath, an enterprise automation software company, has been named as a Leader in IDC MarketScape's Worldwide IDP 2023-2024 Vendor Assessment.
Alibaba Cloud promotes sustainability and inclusion at the Asian Games with new web app
Alibaba Cloud introduces a web app promoting sustainability and inclusivity at the Asian Games and Asian Para Games.
Sparks revamps Innovation Studio with advanced tech for NZ businesses
Sparks rejuvenates its Innovation Studio with advanced tech, encouraging NZ firms to discover the scope of emerging technologies.
Oracle to revolutionise healthcare with cloud-based Health EHR updates
Oracle is set to transform healthcare with updates to its cloud-based Oracle Health EHR platform, introducing AI services and public APIs.
Seeing Machines tech installed in over 1 million vehicles
Advanced computer vision technology company Seeing Machines has reported trading ahead of expectations, with a 49% increase in revenue for FY2023.
Spark delivers 5G Multi Access Edge Compute pilot with EnviroNZ
The pilot of the computer vision system helps solve a key business issue for EnviroNZ at its resource recovery centre identifying health and safety risks.
SAS unveils AI experience to improve kids' batting abilities
SAS has created The Batting Lab, an interactive experience using AI, computer vision and IoT analytics to help kids improve their baseball and softball swings.
A new radar and computer vision-based IoT AI platform creates smart spaces easily
Ulisse is launching the only radar and computer vision-based IoT AI platform to help retailers, businesses, cities, and more turn areas into intelligent spaces.
Computer vision tech market unchallenged by controversy
GlobalData reports that the global computer vision market will continue to head upwards, even in the face of fears around facial recognition.