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Luca Verre, CEO & Founder of Chronocam, explains what is meant by bio-inspired vision and why today it is more important than ever to rethink computer vision.   PARIS, October 27, 2017 – Luca Verre, CEO and co-founder of Chronocam, was invited to take the stage at Hello Tomorrow to explain why conventional ideas of computer vision are not adapted to the machine vision needs of today...

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Luca Verre, CEO and Co-founder of Chronocam, interviewed by Carl Antony for AutoSens TV Exploring Chronocam's bio-inspired machine vision, CEO Luca Verre chats with AutoSens TV and demonstrates how the technology can be deployed for autonomous vehicles and how it resolves challenges facing automotive vision including detecting light flicker and contrast as well as improving temporal precision. The interview was recorded at AutoSens 2017, the world's leading vehicle...

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On November 7, 2017 from 5-30-9pm, Chronocam CEO Luca Verre will take the stage at the INSEAD Entrepreneurship & Social Impact Networking Forum in Fontainebleau, France taking place on the INSEAD Europe Campus. This unique event will bring together current INSEAD students from the MBA program along with startups and other mission-driven organisations including entrepreneurs, investors and impact consultants. More information and registration...

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"Start as you mean to go on", Greg Blackman, Imaging & Machine Vision Europe, (13/10/17)   In his article, Greg Blackman asks what it takes to commercialise new imaging technology. "Start-ups are the lifeblood of any industry, some might say. They are the foundation of exciting new technology, but turning that technology into a commercial prospect is fraught with difficulties and young companies have to deal with questions...

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On October 11th, 2017 Chronocam CEO Luca Verre will be at World Summit AI at Gashouder, Amsterdam to participate in the panel Visual Stepping Stones - 4 startups/scaleups transforming the way we see the world.   About World Summit AI: We're bringing together over 100 of the brightest brains in artificial intelligence with 2,000 of the world’s most active AI explorers. Sound good so far? World Summit AI exists to...

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On September 27th, 2017 Chronocam CEO Luca Verre will take the stage at the GSA Entrepreneurship Conference in Leuven, Belgium to talk about his experience as a young entrepreneur in the semiconductor industry. The conference brings together start-ups, strategic investors, financial investors and everyone else who cares about the future of semiconductor and technology innovation in Europe. European start-ups have traditionally been a tremendous source of innovation...

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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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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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