Chooch AI Provides Visual AI for Mobile Applications with New Software Development Kit

Chooch AI (http://Chooch.ai) the leader in training of strong artificial intelligence for visual recognition, will launch the Chooch IC2 mobile software development kit beta (SDK)on Thursday. With this release, Chooch provides enterprise-grade trainable facial and object identification to mobile applications. To request the iOS SDK beta, please meet the team at the conference or go to https://chooch.ai/sdk/

Chooch has been deployed by customers for a wide range of applications on many platforms. Chooch can be rapidly trained to be a visual expert in any field, from types of aircraft parts, to individual human faces, to identifying and counting cancer cells. When Chooch is presented with images or videos that contain perceptions learned by its neural networks, Chooch returns metadata such as a person’s identity for security purposes, a product SKU, or the condition of an asset such as a machine part. Chooch can be trained to accurately identify features in any media, like web-based video or images on mobile phones, live drone feeds and medical imagery.

The ROI for customers using the Chooch SDK is immediate. e.g., Chooch decreases the speed of facial recognition training to seconds, reduces costs by 80x for tagging of visual data and increases revenue by 5x for video advertising.

Pricing and availability

To request the iOS SDK beta, please meet the team at the conference or go to https://chooch.ai/sdk/  The first 1000 API calls are free. All subsequent 1000 calls will be $1. Enterprise pricing available upon request.

The introduction of the SDK expands the offering of the Chooch API and Dashboard, extending Visual AI training and computer vision to mobile developers.

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