What is computer vision?
Computer vision is the science that aims to give a capability similar to human eyes to a machine or computer. It helps computers develop a high-level understanding from digital images or videos.
It include methods for acquiring, processing, analyzing and understanding digital images and extraction of data from the real world in order to produce numerical or symbolic information, e.g., in the forms of decisions. The data extracted over a period of time can be compared and useful information can be derived from it.
Deep Learning involves feeding a computer system a lot of data which it can use to make decisions about other data in future.
Automated Image Tagging
Assign relevant tags to product images in an automated fashion. The tagging engine uses a custom deep learning library and is trainable. This enables it to be trained for defining tags, specific to use cases.View Demo
Automates the answer to the question "Is there anything similar to this?" by showing items which are visually similar. Can also be used to identify duplicate products and merge them to improve cataloguing.
Deep Learning use case for Sourcing Decisions
Learn about how Deep Learning algorithms can help the sourcing team take more informed decision on merchandise purchases.
The solution would be able to predict potential success scores for new products and predict new trends automatically.Read More
Deep Learning use case : in-store Frame Finder
Learn about how using Deep Learning, a model can be built which would suggest frames to customers in an optics store.
The solution would be able to suggest frames from the digital inventory based on the customer's face structure and skin tone.Read More