Amazon made a camera to give its image recognition tech to developers

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Amazon wants to make it much easier for developers to use its image recognition capabilities.

Amazon Web Services just introduced a new $249 camera with computer vision and AI-smarts baked right in. Called DeepLens, the camera is intended for developers who want to learn to build applications that leverage Amazon’s artificial intelligence technology.

The camera is available for pre-order now and will ship next year, the company says.

It’s a boxy device that’s obviously designed with the AI tech in mind rather than looks or pure specs. The 4MP camera shoots 1080p HD video and is equipped with Wi-Fi, a micro SD slot, and 8 GB of memory.  Read more…

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Source: Mashable AI Feed

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