You are probably familiar with facial recognition software and its many applications, but maybe not object recognition software and the limitless opportunities it presents. English Cambridge-based startup Neurence hopes to create an interactive encyclopedia of things with no bounds via a cloud-based platform. Sense will enable people to interact with their crowdsourced "encyclopedia of things" without limits.
The highly advanced object recognition software could be the first step in bridging real world items and online intelligence. To be populated with user input, Sense is built from audio and visual data that will be sent through smart devices. To contribute, users can transfer information to the Sense library using Neurence's Taggar app. This is all in an effort to create the next generation of search engines.