Research and Insights

By Ian Brown, October 16, 2017

Video: Four Steps to Improve Your Search Technology

In this video, you will hear from Andy Edmonds (Search Science Architect at Adobe), Jaime DeLanghe (Senior Product Manager at Etsy), and Lukas Biewald (Founder and […] [...]


By Justin Tenuto, September 29, 2017

Deep Learning with DeepCell, an AI for Everyone Challenge Winner

At this point, most of us understand every industry will be transformed by artificial intelligence, but few sectors can expect […] [...]


By Justin Tenuto, September 21, 2017

5 Things We Learned at O’Reilly’s AI Conference

There are no shortages of AI conferences out there, but the event the folks from O’Reilly threw this past week […] [...]


By Justin Tenuto, September 14, 2017

And now, the winners of our first AI For Everyone Challenge

A few months back, we announced our million dollar AI for Everyone challenge. Our goal was to award researchers, academics, […] [...]


By Justin Tenuto, September 8, 2017

CrowdFlower Traveling Road Show: Our Fall Event Schedule

Ah, Autumn, that special time of year when the leaves change, the kids head back to school, and all the […] [...]

Research & Insights

By Justin Tenuto, September 7, 2017

So you want to train a computer vision algorithm? Here are a few essential resources

From annotating satelitte imagery down to labeling microscopy images and everything between, we’ve seen our fair share of computer vision […] [...]


Research and Insights

By Tyler Schnoebelen, August 24, 2017

An art forger’s guide to image processing

Let’s talk about art forgery. Millions of dollars and the reputations of experts and auction houses ride on being able […] [...]


By Tyler Schnoebelen, August 17, 2017

A whirlwind tour of image processing use cases

Most business applications of computer vision involve identifying what’s actually inside an image. And because visual information is so dense […] [...]

Research and Insights

By Randi Barshack, August 16, 2017

Welcome the Hype Cycle

From a kindergartener getting a participation ribbon at his swim meet to a Nobel Prize winner having her life’s work […] [...]


By Tyler Schnoebelen, August 10, 2017

Making a computer into a super-recognizer

In London, there is a team of half a dozen police officers known as “super-recognizers.” They have an uncanny ability […] [...]