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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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From September 19-21 in Brussels, Belgium, Chronocam will be exhibiting its bio-inspired machine vision for the automotive industry at AutoSens – The Automotive Sensor and Perception Conference.  The AutoSens agenda gets right to heart of challenges facing vision system engineers of today and tomorrow. The content is geared to provide insight, generate discussion, and propose solutions for shared challenges in ADAS and semi-autonomous vehicle technologies. On September...

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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 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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October 24-25, 2016 San Francisco, CA Chronocam CTO Christoph Posch will present the company technology vision and strategy at Image Sensors America, considered one of the best gathering on this topic in the industry, providing delegates with a unique experience and perspective from the key leaders in the Image Sensors marketplace. www.image-sensors.com ...

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Chronocam to present industry’s first bio-inspired approach to vision chips at Image Sensors Conference in London   Company founder Christoph Posch to provide overview of game-changing technology on March 17.   PARIS – 8 March, 2016 – Chronocam, a Paris-based developer of biologically-inspired vision sensors and systems for computer vision and IoT applications, will provide an overview of its technology at the 2016 edition of the Image Sensors Conference, on...

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