Highlights from conversation in computer vision AI

AI.Reverie goes further...Its approach is particularly useful for exposing software to scenarios that might be hard to find in data gleaned from the real world.
We'll take street maps, geospatial data, things like that and generate a big part of Manhattan, for example...out pops this fully virtual 3D world you can walk around.

Daeil Kim, CEO of AI.Reverie

Weights & Biases

Rather than talking about the future, AI.Reverie has already been making it easy for organizations around the world to put synthetic data to work.
We’re convinced that [synthetic data] is going to be the future in terms of making things work well.

Dan Jeavons, Chief Data Scientist at Shell

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