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By Alan Boyle, Taylor Soper and Todd Bishop Apple has acquired Xnor.ai, a Seattle startup specializing in low-power, edge-based artificial intelligence tools, sources with knowledge of the deal told GeekWire. The acquisition echoes Apple’s high-profile purchase of Seattle AI startup Turi … Continue reading
Artificial intelligence is coming to a grocery store shelf near you. Xnor.ai, a spin-out from Seattle’s Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, has been working with partners on low-cost, low-power AI monitoring devices, including a camera with the ability to detect when a … Continue reading
Now you too can put a little AI on your device, even if you’re not up on the ins and outs of artificial intelligence. The way to do it is with AI2GO, a newly released self-serve software platform from Xnor.ai, a Seattle … Continue reading
It was a big deal two and a half years ago when researchers shrunk down an image-recognition program to fit onto a $5 computer the size of a candy bar — and now it’s an even bigger deal for Xnor.ai to re-engineer … Continue reading
“AI for Everyone, Everywhere” may sound like a science-fiction slogan, but it’s actually the name given to software from XNOR.ai that’s already making devices smarter in the real world. The self-service software development platform is a new product for the Seattle startup, … Continue reading