Computer Vision · Machine Intelligence

How to build a Computer vision MVP?

John Curran Entrepreneur; Formerly @Google @Uber @WhiteHouse

February 16th, 2017

Hello,


I am currently building a computer vision/machine learning program, and I already have some great interest from investors. As a business person myself, I am trying to build out the technical team. While I am finding great interest amongst AI engineers, few are interested in also building the base computer vision software. Does anyone know of a computer vision software that is suitable for building a computer vision program to present to investors? Any insight you may be able to provide would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Steve Karmeinsky CoFounder City Meets Tech / Lean Capital Ltd / Placeholder Ltd

February 16th, 2017

You could use OpenCV and integrate with that

Ron Bentata

February 16th, 2017

hi John.

Sounds interesting, and great that you already have investors for it.


I'm not sure that you can find an off-shelf computer vision program, as you need it.

You might want to try approaching some development companies, with experience in this field. They might be able to better direct you towards the MVP and help you developing it.


Good Luck

Pawel Papkala Attention to detail, leaving nothing to chance

October 17th, 2017

Hi Jhon,


Before answering your question - what how would you like to use the computer vision / machine learning? What are your use cases?


Anyway, we've been using the https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/cognitive-services/computer-vision/ in our projects - and it performed really great - but again, it all depend on your needs.


Good luck!





Anonymous

February 16th, 2017

Take a look at www.eggkid.com - MVP built in exchange for equity. Thanks

Joanan Hernandez CEO & Founder at Mollejuo

February 16th, 2017

As Steven said, OpenCV was and is mainly made by Intel. It's open source, and almost everybody doing computer vision of some sort, is using it.


Best of lucks!

kraig from idea to MVP APP. Low rates. Full stack.

February 17th, 2017

You could also integrate with the Google Vision API.