Neurotechnology has released an app version of its SentiSight.ai image recognition platform. The app is available for both Android and iOS devices, and is intended to complement to the broader SentiSight.ai online platform.
The original SentiSight.ai provides customers with image recognition capabilities, and gives them the ability to train and deploy their own custom models to recognize specific objects. The platform was designed to be as user-friendly as possible, so customers can build and benefit from those models even if they do not have a strong understanding of AI technology.
The SentiSight.ai mobile app, on the other hand, allows customers to access some of those features on a smartphone. Customers will still need to use the online platform to train their own models. However, the app will allow them to apply those models directly to images captured with a standard smartphone camera. Users will also be able to take advantage of Neurotechnology’s pre-built image recognition models in addition to custom creations.
The SentiSight.ai app will let users cross-reference a photo with a broader database to search for similar images. Other functions include a prediction feature and an AI-powered labeling feature that lets users assign images to new categories based on those predictions.
The app is being rolled out in conjunction with a more general SentiSight.ai update. The online platform now offers a pay-as-you-go option, which means customers only need to pay for the features that they actually use. Meanwhile, the free version of the platform now includes models and training tools that were previously reserved for premium subscribers. The new SentiSight also has new video tutorials and C# REST API code samples to make the platform more accessible and help businesses integrate the platform with their own technologies.
SentiSight.ai originally debuted in November of 2018. It was then updated in August of 2020 to enable offline image recognition. MarketsandMarkets has predicted that the image recognition market will reach $53 billion by 2025.
July 23, 2021 – by Eric Weiss