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Making images shoppable with visual search

Posted by Oliver Tan 26-November-2015

This article written by Oliver Tan, Co-Founder and CEO at ViSenze, was originally published on CampaignAsia on 13th November 2015.  The world of “Buyable Pins” and “Shop Now” buttons just got more exciting this week with social discovery engine, Pinterest, announcing their new “crazy-fun” visual search.

Years after visual search was implemented in ecommerce, this visual commerce feature

Singapore startups stretching their wings in the US

Posted by ViSenze 09-March-2015

Singapore startups looking for a place to call their home while still having the opportunity to venture into the US market can do so now at the Blk 71 San Francisco.

Unconvinced by color of the dress? See what image recognition algorithms see!

Posted by Oliver Tan 03-March-2015

The raging social media debate on a simple bodycon dress has polarized the Internet. One poll had 69% of respondents seeing white and gold, with the rest seeing mostly black and blue.

Rakuten just launched a $100M fund for startups

Posted by ViSenze 30-June-2014

As Alibaba prepares for its IPO and Tencent aggressively pushes its WeChat messenger all over the world, it’s easy for folks in the west to forget that there’s another Asian internet giant gunning for a broader global presence – Japan’s Rakuten.

Startups and big firms lift innovation tie-ups

Posted by ViSenze 19-March-2014

Co-innovation - collaborating to introduce new ideas or methods - between startups and large organizations (LO) is begining to see acceptance here, even as observers question its feasibility and look for deeper roles from the players and government.

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