Exclusive: Boston firm’s tech adds artificial intelligence to drone cameras

Exclusive: Boston’s Neurala adds artificial intelligence to drone cameras – Boston Business Journal This Boston TV news station has a new staff member (hint: it’s a robot These are the Mass. companies now allowed to fly drones Property Spotlight: Riverwalk Properties Courtesy Neurala Boston tech company Neurala has unveiled new software that allows flying drones to recognize, photograph and film people or objects — without an operator needing to control the drone’s every move. The software, offered through a mobile app for iOS and Android, could have far-reaching implications for hobbyists, news-gatherers or wedding photographers who use drones, as well as users interested in taking “selfies.” Courtesy Neurala “(We want to) automatize the way people use flying cameras,” said Massamiliano Versace, CEO and co-founder of Neurala, in an interview. The…


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