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Chronocam wins prestigious Electron d'Or recognised by industry peers for its high performance vision system and its partnership with Renault (in French) La 20è édition des Electrons d'Or, qui sont décernés chaque année par la revue Electroniques, s'est tenue le mardi 27 juin, à l'Espace Saint Martin, à Paris. La remise des Trophées a été précédée de deux tables rondes co-organisées avec Acsiel dans le cadre...

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"Quick-Thinking AI Camera Mimics the Human Brain", Dhananjay Khadilkar, Scientific American, (22/06/17)   Researchers in Europe are developing a camera that will literally have a mind of its own, with brainlike algorithms that process images and light sensors that mimic the human retina. Its makers hope it will prove that artificial intelligence—which today requires large, sophisticated computers—can soon be packed into small consumer electronics. But as much...

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Luca Verre, CEO and Co-founder of Chronocam, contributes to the World Economic Forum Agenda blog and explains "How a new generation of machines will ‘see’ like humans" "Much has been written and discussed about the merging of the physical, digital and biological worlds with machines. Artificial intelligence has become a catch-all description for replicating something inherently human and embedding it in man-made systems that can perhaps function better,...

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Chronocam Selected to the Gartner Cool Vendors in AI Core Technologies, 2017  Chronocam was selected as one of only 5 companies to the prestigious Gartner Cool Vendors 2017 list of companies for AI Core Technologies. A summary of the report states: "Artificial intelligence core technologies are ready for experimentation. Now is the time for data and analytics leaders, who want to be in the vanguard of...

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Chronocam wins Best Up and Coming Company at Image Sensors Europe and sets a new standard of excellence in computer vision.   As part of the 10 year anniversary of the Image Sensors Europe conference Smithers Apex acknowledged the industry’s most outstanding achievements at the ISEU2017 Awards.   Our mission was to create a platform for industry to identify and reward those companies and individuals who have demonstrated an unparalleled...

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PARIS – (Junko Yoshida) On the day EE Times visited Chronocam, a Paris-based startup developing an event-based computer vision technology, a ripple of shock went through the whole building. Intel had just announced the acquisition of Mobileye. The big surprise hit shortly after a talk with the startup's CEO. This reporter closed her notebook, came out of the meeting room and proceeded on the obligatory company...

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L'imagerie neuromorphique révolutionne la vision artificielle Solution de rupture inspirée par le fonctionnement du cerveau humain et dédiée aux systèmes de vision artificielle et de cybervision, la technologie neuromorphique de vision pilotée par les événements qu’a développée la start-up française Chronocam, créée en 2014, arrive aujourd’hui à maturité. La jeune pousse qui cible plusieurs applications allant du domaine biomédical et scientifique à l'industrie et l'automobile explique...

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Chronocam, a developer of biologically-inspired vision sensors and computer vision solutions has raised $15 million in Series B financing led by lead investor Intel Capital, along with iBionext, Robert Bosch Venture Capital GmbH, 360 Capital, CEAi and Renault Group.   A recent start-up company based in Paris, France, Chronocam was founded by an international group of scientists, entrepreneurs, and venture capital professionals whose exclusive goal is to develop, productize, and commercialize the...

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Chronocam start-up aims to help machines see like humans Christoph Posch, co-founder and CTO of Chronocam, discusses with Science|Business’ Daniel Echikson his company’s new sensor technology. Q. Could you explain the sensor technology your company is developing? What we’re doing is building eyes for machines. Our research has implications for technology such as self-driving cars and drones. Our cameras are actually inspired by biological eyes, by retinas, and by...

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