Face recognition is a complex deep learning problem and in the last years we have made great technological progress to make it mainstream (check where FRT is being used here). Still due to the complexity of the technology, most of these new services that use facial ID do not build the technology themselves but rather… Continue reading Facial Recognition APIs and SDKs
The City of London’s role as the beating heart of global financial markets has been established over decades and remains intact despite fierce international competition and globalisation. The recent edition of commercial think tank Z/Yen’s Global Financial Centre Index again placed London in first spot, just ahead of New York. Rankings are based on business… Continue reading Why collocation “Booming power” is a synonym for UK fintech sector?
The demand for healthcare services is growing at rapid pace due to constantly increasing number of people with chronic diseases. These days approximately every one of two individuals has one or more chronic diseases, and one of four has two or more chronic conditions. At the same time, there are more medical information today about… Continue reading Cognitive computing in healthcare
We see this “Is Java out of business?” question pop up year after year. They say that Java is the least feature-rich language of the popular languages on the JVM and the slowest to move on new features in the last decade. There are also people who believe that because so many new JVM languages… Continue reading Is Java out of business?
Java brings a lot of popular and user-friendly frameworks, content management systems and servers that help to simplify the application development process, website management process and much more irrespective of the size and complexity of the project. When it comes to CMS, Java possesses a host of CMSs that have been highly recognized in the… Continue reading Magnolia as Open Source CMS