Was Artificial Intelligence able to predict the 2018 FIFA World Cup? Did Russia become a game changer within the tech revolution? How was Augmented Reality used around the globe to bring the game close to fans? Join us for a deep dive into the World Cup of emerging technologies!
December Labs partnered with Biostrap to conduct an AI-powered experiment to determine if their prosumer wearable devices could reliably classify and track soccer activities and provide athletes with valuable performance data.
A question confronting neuroscientists and computer vision researchers alike is how objects can be identified by simply “looking”. We know that the human brain solves this problem very well. We only have to look at something to know what it is. But teaching a computer to “know” what it’s looking at is far harder.
The first steps for AR (Augmented Reality) using only a smartphone with Android started three years ago with a project named Tango, developed by Google. To run Tango you need a special device (sold by Google), for this reason the project was limited to a certain number of developers. As a result of this work Google has built ARCore.