ViSenze Tech Blog

Ladies, break the gender stereotype in software engineering!

Posted by Clara Lu on Jun 13, 2016 12:41:26 PM

This article written by the ViSenze team originally appeared on e27.

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Topics: Opinion pieces, Team

Best Practices: Using im_id to refine upload search results

Posted by Yu Lu on Mar 16, 2016 7:51:09 PM

Visual search uploadsearch API provides powerful features on product category detection, results filtering, image cropping and pagination. They allow users to refine search results based on their preferences to get more accurate and relevant matches. As we noticed that users were performing result refinements frequently, we decided to introduce a cool feature to ViSearch uploadsearch API to make your search process even faster - im_id

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Topics: New product features, Best practices

Best Practices: Front-end integration using Javascript SDK

Posted by Yu Lu on Mar 16, 2016 7:26:41 PM

Integration with ViSearch search engine has become much easier with our newly released Javascript SDK. Now there is no need to download or install any standalone files, you can just perform the integration directly with including a short piece of regular Javascript in your frontend web applications, resulting in a much faster process.

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Topics: New product features, Best practices

Google Cloud Vision API and its impact on the image recognition industry - an interview with Guangda Li, Co-founder & CTO at ViSenze

Posted by Adelina Peltea on Dec 8, 2015 2:37:27 PM

This article features an interview with our Co-Founder & CTO that was originally published on Kaptur Magazine on 4th Dec 2015. 

Google has recently launched its Cloud Vision API, making it easier for companies to build all sorts of applications using its image recognition. Even more, Google is offering it for free to begin with. This puts the whole image recognition industry into a different motion, and there are many other vendors that might get out of business soon. 

To find out more about how the image recognition industry is impacted, we interviewed Guangda Li, the Co-Founder and CTO at ViSenze, a machine intelligence company that offers visual search and image recognition APIs to businesses.

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Topics: Industry news, Opinion pieces

I am Guangda, CTO of ViSenze, Ask Me Anything

Posted by Clara Lu on Oct 27, 2015 3:55:00 PM

Our CTO and co-founder, Guangda, is hosting a Reddit AMA this week, and we welcome earnest and provoking questions during the session.

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Topics: Events and exhibitions, Best practices, Deep learning, Team

Multimedia retrieval: Are we doing it right?

Posted by Clara Lu on Oct 21, 2015 4:23:03 PM

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.

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Topics: Events and exhibitions, Team

8 interesting bits of knowledge from NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference 2015

Posted by Clara Lu on Aug 28, 2015 7:03:00 PM

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.

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Topics: Deep learning

Best practices: Visual search Insert Status APIs

Posted by Guangda Li on Mar 10, 2015 3:48:00 PM

In our previous blog post, we announced the launch of a new feature in our visual search Data API - detailed error reporting for the failed insertion of images. With the introduction of this Data Insert Status API (/insert/status), we'd also like to share some tips for using it.

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Topics: Best practices

New feature in visual search Data APIs: Detailed error information for failed processing

Posted by Guangda Li on Feb 17, 2015 3:38:00 PM

We heard your feedback on the inconveniences of using our visual search Data API for inserting data because of the vague insert status error reports. These are now a thing of the past.

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Topics: New product features