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Google quietly acquires object recognition startup DNNresearch

By Shawn Knight
Mar 13, 2013
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  1. Google has acquired a small Canadian research company called DNNresearch. The three-person startup, specializing in object recognition, was founded within the University of Toronto’s computer science department according to Techvibes.

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  2. ArthurZ

    ArthurZ TS Rookie Posts: 79

    Google is definitely gears toward driving our future cars!
     
  3. Why can't I log in with Google+?

    Anyway, Google has already been on public roads with autonomous cars for a couple of years.
     
  4. Ravik

    Ravik TS Rookie Posts: 44   +8

    @Guest: Because that feature is relatively new to Google+ and takes time to integrate in sites like this.

    Also, for the record I sincerely hope that Google comes up with a more reliable technology to communicate with its cars than relying on the streaming connection via my cellphone provider. Otherwise, anyone using Sprint in my area would likely end up driving into a river or a tree! :)
     


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