Founded in 2011, Shazura is a visual intelligence company headquartered in San Francisco, California, that develops image and video recognition technology. Shazura uses disruptive AI algorithms that are designed to emulate the human brain's visual understanding.
Instead of using keywords or phrases, Shazura's binary system visually matches images to perform search operations.
Shazura extracts unique fingerprints of images and videos to identify, organize, and convert real-time visual content. Shazura's process does not use words or classification techniques.
Convert and Search Technique
A "Shazura fingerprint" is a unique mathematical algorithm extracted from the image or video.
Once the user inputs a file to the system, they are required to outline the search target in the image. Shazura's algorithm converts it to a numeric signature. Next, Shazura sifts through a customer's image database to find a match.
Organisation of owned and user-generated visual content is performed automatically.
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