29 Nov '17, 6pm

Revealed Today at AWS re:Invent: DeepLens, a Deep Learning-Enabled Wireless Video Camera Powered by Intel

Today, Amazon Web Services* announced DeepLens*, its first fully programmable, deep learning-enabled wireless video camera designed for developers. It was revealed during AWS CEO Andy Jassy’s keynote at its annual re:Invent conference in Las Vegas. AWS and Intel collaborated on the DeepLens camera to provide builders of all skill levels with the optimal tools needed to design and create artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning products. Press Kit: Artificial Intelligence AI and machine learning are poised to power a new generation of smart industries, including smart homes , smart retail, smart industrial and many others, making lives easier through intelligent interactions with devices. This collaboration reinforces Intel’s commitment to providing developers with tools to create AI and machine learning products, and follows the recent introduction of the Intel® S...

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