The company provides commercial computer vision software including Search by Image, Visually Similar Recommendations, Automated Product Tagging, and Visual Commerce Platform.
ViSenze develops visual search and image processing solutions serving industries including fashion e-commerce, consumer marketplace, jewelry, interior design and intellectual property. The core of Visenze's technology is based on convolutional neural networks, which is a process which enables a computer to learn from data examples and draw its own conclusions, giving applications the ability to predict correct tags for images or videos.
ViSenze was founded on August 1, 2012, as a part of the NUS-Tsinghua Extreme Search Centre (TESC). Now NExT++, the research centre has become a joint initiative between the National University of Singapore, Tsinghua University, and the University of Southampton. Funded by the National Research Foundation through the Info-communications Media Development Authority (IMDA), the center hosts more than 50 researchers from the 3 universities.