Voxel51 CEO Jason Corso teaches computer vision at the University of Michigan. CTO Brian Moore was his student when he was doing his Ph.D. in machine learning, and after some brainstorming, the two decided to combine their skills and build an AI video analytics platform.
Voxel51 has raised $2 million for its AI-Powered Video Understanding Platform. Jason Corso, CEO of Voxel51, joined Cheddar to discuss how many applications his company’s technology can have.
Honestly, the creativity and quality of early-stage startups and their founders never ceases to amaze us. Our editors dug in and managed to narrow the field to the startups they felt best represent their specific category.
An Ann Arbor-based artificial intelligence startup that turns video footage into ready-to-use data for cities, security and the auto industry raised $2 million in a recent seed round.
Voxel51 offers a machine learning-based option that chews through video and labels it, not just with simple image recognition but with an understanding of motions and objects over time.
Voxel51 today launched its flagship product— a software platform designed to make it easier, faster and more affordable to access the untapped potential of video data.
Computer vision startup Voxel51, led by UM professor, has developed a cloud-based analytics platform that can help autonomous vehicles make sense of what’s on the road.
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