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Cortexica provides visual search and image recognition technology for the retail fashion industry
Cortexica Vision Systems are the creators of a bio-inspired vision system enabling intelligent image recognition for Retail Fashion.The application of this technology is set to revolutionize the on-line and mobile Fashion marketplace. With it, retailers and major brand owners are enabling their customers to start their individual searches for clothing or accessories by just by taking a picture.
The company has three products:
Fashion is all about, style, image and inspiration. Either from magazines pictures, street style images, photos of friends outfits or specific shop window styles you may see in the High Street, Cortexicas Find Similar mobile image search gives you the opportunity to be inspired by what you see around you just by taking a picture and asking the system to find what you are looking for. Finding items couldnt be simpler as traditional text based search or drop down category specific menu searches will never uncover what you are looking for.
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Nick Grouf is the Managing Director of Firefly Holdings Ltd.
He is a former Co – Founder , Chairman , Chief Executive Officer of privately-held Spot Runner, Inc., a technology company that is developing the next generation of advertising services.
Grouf and longtime business partner, David Waxman, have successfully built and sold two prior companies, PeoplePC and Firefly Network, both of which focused on harnessing the democratizing power of the Internet.
Grouf formerly served as Co – Founder, Chairman and CEO of PeoplePC, Inc., which was dedicated to simplifying the process of joining the online world and grew to become the fifth largest Internet service provider in the U.S. PeoplePC served over 600,000 individual subscribers as well as Fortune 500 corporations such as Ford Motor Company, Vivendi Universal and Delta Air Lines and The New York Times. In August 2000, Grouf took the company public and in 2002, it was acquired by EarthLink.
Chief Strategy Officer at Cortexica