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In the third year at the Lomonosov Moscow State University, I joined its Graphics and Media Lab, where I studied the machine learning and computer vision," the NTech Lab CEO said.
That is when Artem created a program, which could determine dog breeds by only one picture.
Match reports that more than 40 percent of user logins come from their mobile apps.According to the Pew Internet Project's research study related to mobile technology, 56 percent of Americans have a smartphone, and 29 percent of cell phone owners describe their device as something they can't imagine living without.I've often said that if your cell phone was waterproof, it would end up in the shower with you.The Android application called Magic Dog could reveal all the essential information about the dog's breed, its average size, how long it lives and what character it has."In 2015, together with my partner Alexandr Kabakov, we decided to establish our own company NTech Lab for developing smart algorithms that can combine the experience of human intelligence and the high performance of a machine," Artem explained.