ViSenze Blog

ViSenze Appoints New Global Head of Marketing to Strengthen Leadership

Posted by ViSenze 16-October-2019

Technology maven Cheryl Guzman Ng brings fifteen years of marketing and communications experience to her new role at ViSenze.

 

ViSenze this month announced Cheryl Guzman Ng as its new Global Head of Marketing. Guzman joins ViSenze’s leadership team to accelerate business growth following its Series C fundraise in early 2019. An experienced marketer of fifteen years in the Asia Pacific region,

ViSenze Strengthens Executive Team as Part of Wider Growth Strategy

Posted by ViSenze 30-April-2019

ViSenze welcomes the appointment of Chief Commercial Officer and Human Resources Director at the start of Q2

 

Brendan O’Shaughnessy brings sales and go-to-market experience to his new role as Chief Commercial Officer; Jasmine Phua will drive the organization's human resource strategy and implementation in her new role as Human Resources Director

We're delighted to announce the appointment of

ViSenze lands $20m Series C Funding

Posted by ViSenze 22-February-2019

ViSenze Raises $20 Million Series C to Further Advance the Adoption and Impact of Visual Commerce for Retailers and Smartphone Manufacturers

 

This week was a momentous and historical day for all of us here at ViSenze as we announced a total of $20 million raised in Series C funding. Gobi Partners, a venture capital firm focusing on innovative technologies in China, Hong Kong, and Southeast

Demystifying Machine Learning Model Development

Posted by ViSenze 29-August-2018

Do you want to train your own model on a customised AI model rather than starting from scratch?

 

As Artificial Intelligence usage increases across industries from security to healthcare, there is a matching upsurge in novel use cases that traditional out-of-box solutions can no longer answer to.

How Matahari Mall embraced AI in face of changing consumer behaviour

Posted by ViSenze 27-August-2018

PwC’s 2018 Global Consumer Insights Survey revealed that, when it comes to finding inspiration, social media has become the biggest source for new-age consumers, with 37% turning to social networks, and an additional 20% turning to visual social networks. A key player in this trend, Indonesia is becoming the social media capital of the world: in a survey by GlobalWebIndex on social media usage

AI In E-Commerce -- Predictions For 2018

Posted by Oliver Tan 05-February-2018

2017 welcomed big developments in artificial intelligence (AI) technology. For example, companies like Pinterest, Google and Bing launched visual search capabilities, Amazon invested heavily in voice-activated systems like Echo and Facebook leveraged AI to detect mental illness.

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

Posted by ViSenze 08-December-2015

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

Making images shoppable with visual search

Posted by Oliver Tan 26-November-2015

This article written by Oliver Tan, Co-Founder and CEO at ViSenze, was originally published on CampaignAsia on 13th November 2015.  The world of “Buyable Pins” and “Shop Now” buttons just got more exciting this week with social discovery engine, Pinterest, announcing their new “crazy-fun” visual search.

Years after visual search was implemented in ecommerce, this visual commerce feature

Singapore startups stretching their wings in the US

Posted by ViSenze 09-March-2015

Singapore startups looking for a place to call their home while still having the opportunity to venture into the US market can do so now at the Blk 71 San Francisco.

Unconvinced by color of the dress? See what image recognition algorithms see!

Posted by Oliver Tan 03-March-2015

The raging social media debate on a simple bodycon dress has polarized the Internet. One poll had 69% of respondents seeing white and gold, with the rest seeing mostly black and blue.

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