Qualcomm acquires Dutch company recognition technology over




By Arnoud Wokke , Friday, September 12, 2014 11:11, comments: 8 , Views: 4,132 • Feedback
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The American chipmaker Qualcomm has a Dutch company that specializes acquired in image recognition. It is unknown what the chip maker pays for the spinoff of the University of Amsterdam.

Qualcomm announced the acquisition in a tweet . The chip maker was EUVision captured through QPrize, a competition that the American chipmaker set up itself. EUVision made ​​in recent years include the app Impala , that enables users to select, for example, display of food. their photos automatically

It is unknown what Qualcomm pay for EUVision , which has existed for more than ten years. The company says that public authorities are also able to use technology for recognizing child pornography, including images that are not in a database. In addition, the technology also works with video.

EUVision goes after the acquisition in Qualcomm, the technology probably wants to use its mobile processors. If these effects can be seen, is unknown.


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