UncannyVision’s deep-learning algorithms come to save the wild

Navaneethan Sundaramoorthy, 37, had a typical middle class upbringing in Coimbatore, studied hard and moved to the US to live the American dream. He worked for more than a decade in San Jose, California, but that yearning to do something with his skills was always there. Once he knew that he could safely take the risk of starting up on his own, he moved back and set up UncannyVision, a deep-learning based startup, along with his friend Ranjith Parakkal.Deep learning refers to an algorithm that attempts to mimic the human brain, identifies objects and surroundings in a context like a human being does, with the aid of sensors like camera. The first surveillance product solves man-animal conflicts in areas bordering forests. “I and my cofounder are from Coimbatore and Palakkad…


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