Whether you’re a novice or expert, Wiggersventurebeat is your source for information on the latest developments in artificial intelligence. Kyle Wiggers is a senior reporter at TechCrunch with a special interest in artificial intelligence. He shares his insights on the latest developments in the field in this weekly blog.
Kyle Wiggers is a senior reporter at TechCrunch with a special interest in artificial intelligence.
Currently, he is the senior reporter for TechCrunch and he is also the author of several articles on artificial intelligence. His articles have appeared in TechCrunch, VentureBeat, Digital Trends, Wired, and Android Authority. He is also an active member of the artificial intelligence community and he enjoys playing the piano. He lives in Brooklyn with his partner.
Voxel51 is a startup that focuses on using artificial intelligence to analyze live video feeds and make it easier to access the data. The startup uses a combination of machine learning and advanced computer vision models. The company’s flagship product is a software platform that helps companies and individuals visualize and analyze live video footage. Voxel51’s tools allow people to quantify the number of people in a certain area over time.
Voxel51’s technology is based on live, pre-existing cameras and a cloud-based analytics platform. It aims to help autonomous vehicles by analyzing video footage and generating ready-to-use data. It also uses machine learning to label videos with motions over time.
Voxel51’s CEO, University of Michigan professor, and co-founder Aviv Dror previously worked for companies such as Leap Motion and LogMeIn. The company is also partnered with a number of venture firms and Digital Trends. He and his partner live in Brooklyn. He dabbles in piano occasionally..
The company recently raised $196 million in a Series B funding round led by Insight Partners and Album VC. It also partnered with the StepStone Group and Elephant During his time at TechCrunch, Wiggers has written for Digital Trends, VentureBeat, Android Police, and Droid-Life. He also writes about data privacy and cybersecurity for Wired. He lives in Brooklyn with his partner. When he’s not writing, he plays piano.
About the author
Touted as the official grand daddy of all the other dudes, Wiggers’ latest opus, The Craft: A Visual History of the Craft and Craft Industry, traces the life and death relationship between craftsmen and their crafty confederates in a big ol’ bucket of booze and brawn. The book isn’t for the cynical or the squeamish, but there’s plenty of room for the hardy to handle. Unlike its predecessor, the new book isn’t just about the past, but the present. Wiggers has a penchant for keeping a sharp eye on the latest and greatest, and is an enthusiast of all things design and crafty. With her aforementioned enthusiasm, it’s no wonder Wiggers is a cult favorite in the Craft and Craft Industry cult. If you can get past the booze, you’ll find the book to be a fun read about an industry whose history has a long and storied run.