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Mapillary strikes computer vision partnership with Amazon Rekognition to ease urban parking crunch

11 days ago   |   By VentureBeat

Many large U.S. cities seem to have adopted the motto: “Man, parking here sucks.” But a Swedish startup believes it can apply a little technology to solve a problem that is costing billions of dollars each year. Today, Mapillary, based in Malmo, Sweden, announced a new partnership with ecommerce giant Amazon. The startup said it will co...
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