Smartphone augmented reality platform based on deep learning and computer vision released

Baidu, China’s leading search engine, has announced the release of DuSee, a new augmented reality platform developed for smartphones that is based on computer vision and deep learning. [Native Advertisement] DuSee will be integrated into Baidu’s flagship platform apps, including the Mobile Baidu search app, and is a collaboration between Baidu Research’s Institute of Deep Learning (IDL) and Baidu’s search products, sales and marketing teams. The release, according to a press release, is the culmination of a 3D vision research project that began nearly two years ago. Designed to be used in such applications as interactive advertising and marketing, DuSee has already been deployed in a Mercedes Benz E-Class Long Wheelbase search engine marketing campaign, as well as Ultra DOUX, a new hair care brand of L’Oreal China. “DuSee is…


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