Object recognition software could create limitless, interactive encyclopedia of things
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In 2011 we reported on the application IFTTT — If This Then That — when it was little more than an algorithm with vast potential. Lately we are excited to note numerous cutting edge devices powered by IFTTT, such as Smappee, which enable users to program limitless actions within their digital environment — with tangible, real world results. Now, we are seeing Sense, developed by British Cambridge-based startup Neurence, which could become the next building block in the connection between real world objects and online intelligence through highly advanced object-recognition software. As with IFTTT, Sense is an exciting but unfinished…
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