Brian Brackeen of Kairos with eMerge Americas Hackathon winners Jacob Zipper and TechGarage Team

 

At Kairos, one of our goals is to connect people to one another through our technology. To do this we need to know how developers use our products. What are your challenges and where are you finding success? Not only does this information help us create a better product and experience for you, it helps us all learn and unite as a community.

 

Every now and then Kairos will be featuring an interview with our users allowing them to share their journey, knowledge, and advice with our API and SDKs.

This month we're looking at Jacob Zipper, a high-school developer, who participated in the eMerge Americas Hackathon, the official hackathon of the eMerge Americas Conference.

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Learn how you can humanize your products, delight your customers, and grow your revenue - transform your business with face recognition.

 

Kairos is an innovative ‘Human Analytics’ platform, using computer vision algorithms to measure faces in images, videos, and the real-world. Through face recognition and machine learning, we’re giving businesses the building blocks to integrate the benefits of face analysis into any product, app or service.

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Illustration of a human brain on a computer chip symbolizing cognitive computing

 

We’ve been tackling buzz words in the tech industry recently. This is because there is a certain trend that occurs once a term is coined. Everyone uses it without fully getting it and that causes misinformation, confusion, and sometimes fake news. This time around we are looking at the term cognitive computing.

 

Ah another week, another buzz word. Will it ever end? Probably not but hey that’s okay, it just gives us more to discuss with you and we love our chats. IBM Watson is grandfathered in for cognitive computing, they basically pioneered it into what it is today. Yet, if you’re new to the tech scene you may be like huh? What’s cognitive computing and when did IBM get a Watson?

And as a bonus, we’re looking at our pick for the top 5 companies using cognitive computing today.

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The word 'Computer Vision' arranged like an eye chart test

 

We’ve been tackling buzz words in the tech industry recently. This is because there is a certain trend that occurs once a term is coined. Everyone uses it without fully getting it and that causes misinformation, confusion, and sometimes fake news. This time around we are looking at the term computer vision.

 

When you look at an image of a crowd your brain can immediately figure out who is a familiar face, who is a stranger, who is a man or a woman, who is a child or an adult, and roughly someone’s ethnicity. You can also see the clothing people are wearing, who looks put together and who does not, and what time of day it is or season depending on the foreground and lighting.

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Abstract illustration of circles symbolizing a deep learning A.I. system

 

We’ve been tackling buzz words in the tech industry recently. This is because there is a certain trend that occurs once a term is coined. Everyone uses it without fully getting it and that causes misinformation, confusion, and sometimes fake news. In this article we are looking at the terms machine learning and deep learning.

 

Every time a new tool or app is invented, a new word follows. So, let’s tackle two that have been flying around our heads for the past few years: Machine Learning (ML) and Deep Learning (DL). Techies, business gurus, and marketers love these words and throw them around whether or not they understand the differences.

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