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Morpho, NSense Announce Business Collaboration

Photonics Spectra
Dec 2017
Image processing technology developer Morpho Inc. and video recognition technology developer NSense Corp. have begun a business collaboration to enhance competitiveness in the fields of artificial intelligence, object recognition and imaging processing.

“Through the business collaboration with NSense, we will actively pursue the research and development of more value-added and advanced technologies and provide attractive products and solutions,” said Masaki Hiraga, president of Morpho. “NSense has an impressive track record in the commercial utilization of highly specialized video recognition technologies. We will cooperate in spreading the combined technology, taking advantage of both companies' strengths into real business in global markets in addition to the domestic market.”

NSense provides software that recognizes a variety of objects such as still images, video and space, with recognition technology utilizing its video processing method. Morpho has expanded its advanced image processing technology as embedded software for domestic and overseas customers centered on the smartphone market, broadcasting stations and content providers.

GLOSSARY
artificial intelligence
The ability of a machine to perform certain complex functions normally associated with human intelligence, such as judgment, pattern recognition, understanding, learning, planning and problem solving.
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