A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of representing Dashmote on a company trip to the Bay Area. The aim of my travel was to further develop our business in the US through meetings with tech partners, talents, and investors. My time in Silicon Valley revealed a lot about the local ecosystem, where innovation is fundamental and ambition is a lifestyle. My goal in this blog post is to uncover what Dutch founders like myself should take away from the Silicon Valley way of life.
Let’s face it; artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and visual technology are slowly transitioning into the future of all business and day to day endeavors we take on in our lives. However, AI and AR have been around for much longer than you may be aware of. Self-driving cars and cancer detection through AI and computer vision may seem like the future; but in reality, these are concepts which have been around for years and only advancing each day. Luckily, Dashmote is here to disclose the newest trends you may not be aware of in the AI/AR/Computer Vision and Visual Tech sphere.
China has always been deemed one of the most powerful and central countries in terms of production and trade. However, as of two to three years ago--the startup and entrepreneurial scene has stepped foot into China and appears to be blossoming into a whole different sphere of business, in comparison to Western structure. So why the sudden change?
Today we had the opportunity to look back at one of the most interesting projects for us in 2016. With over 80 travel destinations and more than 10.000 images selected, we saw the end result of our collaboration of TUI Netherlands in the 2016 travel brochures and how insights can be transformes into images.
Over 85% of online image usage is illegal in the world. Together with Dashmote I had a look at legal alternatives that can reshape the visual content industry.