Chooch AI trains AI models to recognize anything in visual data – objects, concepts, faces, and actions. That’s AI computer vision. Chooch AI currently has deployed over 2,400 AI models and over 200,000 pre-trained classes which you can demo on our iPhone app.
Our patented Dense Classification image analysis enables contextual perceptions which are modeled after human visual perception. By understanding context, Chooch AI can select the appropriate models and type of search to return faster results with higher accuracy.
This capability provides computer vision with speed, accuracy, flexibility and scale.
When Chooch AI receives an image or video via its API, the Chooch Smart Network is triggered and selects the appropriate AI models to generate predictions via its input network.
Imagine this example. Chooch AI feeds image data into an AI model of fruit, and the highest probability matches are displayed as metadata. Chooch AI then sends back the metadata about the image or video, an apple in this case.
AI models can be very general or highly specialized – e.g. apple is a type of fruit, a color of apple can be green, a variety of apple can be granny smith.
Chooch AI can be flexibly trained with human expertise in any domain and the Chooch Smart Network leverages this training to provide fast and accurate results.
Chooch AI is a complete computer vision platform that generates end-to-end deployments both for the cloud and the edge with integrated operations.
Chooch AI is hardware and visual data agnostic and is integrated via API. Chooch AI can process any imagery such as visible light, electro-optical, and x-ray sourced from sensors and platforms ranging from cell phones to drones, medical imaging devices to infrared cameras.
Once Chooch Edge AI generates initial inferences, it can transmit video, images and metadata to the cloud for detailed processing, or send metadata and alerts via API directly to a dashboard. Chooch Edge AI can process and store metadata on devices in disconnected environments and can be synched back to the cloud when connections are restored.