At ViSenze, we get this question a lot: “How is your visual search technology different from what Google is doing?”In fact, we were asked that so often that we have decided to respond with this article.
The highly-anticipated Black Friday is less than a month away. Halfway across the globe, India has already experienced its great Diwali 2015 holiday sale a few weeks ago. And since it is on par or even exceeding Black Friday sales in terms of scale and scope, there are quite a few things US retailers and e-commerce businesses can learn from it.
The future is already here, it is just not evenly distributed yet. In 2015, we witnessed the online fashion store, Myntra, turn app-only. We witnessed early adopters like the social commerce app, Polyvore, explore the rise of rise of deep linking and app indexing that allows app content to be surfaced in search results. And we witnessed the private online shopping club, Beyond The Rack, be
Our CTO and co-founder, Guangda, is hosting a Reddit AMA this week, and we welcome earnest and provoking questions during the session.
In a keynote speech that took place at the ACM International Conference on Multimedia Retrieval (ICMR 2015) in Shanghai earlier on this year, one of our co-founders, Professor Chua Tat-Seng, shared his thoughts on using multimedia retrieval to tackle real-life problems.
This article written by the ViSenze team originally appeared on Marketizator's blog.
Fashion has been the muse for many technological breakthroughs. It is the reason why Google Image Search was born in 2000, when the most popular search query was J.Lo’s slashed-to-the-navel green dress that she wore for the Grammy Awards. Fast forward to today, fashion is currently inspiring machine
There is no denying it - the web is becoming increasingly visual at an exponential rate. In terms of generating and consuming visual content, the numbers are staggering. One thing is clear: People have grown tired of text and the visual web is here to stay. If the world is starting to wave goodbye to an era of text-focused websites and content, how then, is it responding to this recent
Considered the largest and most important event of the year for developers that build technologies with GPUs and the entire ecosystem, GPU Technology Conference (GTC) Asia South 2015 was held in Singapore just yesterday.
Deep learning and its small window of innovation
Just a number of weeks ago, Li Deng, a lead deep learning expert at Microsoft Research, expressedhis views on the narrowing innovation gap with regards to deep learning.
Deng is very confident that the low-hanging fruit for progress in deep neural networks has been picked and that for the next couple of years, refinement of neural networks and
It's our first time participating in eTail East, held in Boston from 10-13 August 2015, and so far, it has been a blast!
This event for e-commerce and multi channel retailers offers exciting keynote presentations, exhibitions, networking sessions and interactive workshops - all with a sole purpose in mind: to help transform the retail scene. Together.