Grossum Blog


Weekly Digest #24: Blurring Faces No Longer Works

September 22nd, 2016

Internet of Things / IT News // Nadiya

Several groups of scientists simultaneously announced that they are working on blurred image recognition. In the meantime, neural networks are used for conventional predictive input on smartphones and Omega2, the $5 microcomputer, is finally in manufacturing stage, making a smart home a possibility for a wider range of people. This and more - in our digest.

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7 Most Promising US Startups (Automotive and Digital Health)

September 15th, 2016

Internet of Things / E-health / IT News // Nadiya

It would probably find a business area, which won’t have a successful startup founded in the US. Facebook and Google, Apple and Uber, Airbnb and Dropbox - all these companies take their roots in the US and all of them used to be startups at one time. Today we’re going to talk about the most promising US startups in today’s new IT business sectors. Join us for the #GrossumJourney.

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