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Terence Swee, founder of photobook.ai, also co-founded muvee Technologies Pte. Ltd., in 2001 and serves as its Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Swee has been instrumental in identifying and negotiating multi-million dollar licensing deals with the number one players in every consumer electronic segment that muvee participates in, and putting muvee's product on the world map within 2 years. He also started Pinkspider Productions, where he composed and sold commercial music ranging from radio jingles to pre-natal training soundtracks. He joined Kent Ridge Digital Labs where he combined his music knowledge and signal processing background to develop algorithms to aesthetically fuse voice and music using spectral manipulation techniques. He went on to develop Beat Extraction and Tempo Analysis techniques and created means to measure the 'Emotional Index' of music. He won awards and a Yamaha scholarship. He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering and Masters degree.

What’s new from the Photobook.ai labs? Opinion Sponsored post Updates 

What’s new from the Photobook.ai labs?

A new and more powerful engine  Photobook.ai has been raiding our R-and-D labs and quietly released a V2 engine earlier in the year. It radically overhauled our photo analyses engine and removed the dreaded “burst shot” feature. The engine is still just as fast, but way more discerning, especially with similar photos. Detecting similarity in pictures is not rocket science;... Read More
How AI is going to shake up the volume photography market Events Opinion Sponsored post 

How AI is going to shake up the volume photography market

Recently, the photobook.ai team had the opportunity to attend the Sports and Schools Annual Conference (SPAC) in Las Vegas, Nev. It was our first time attending the show, and we were impressed by the opportunity for artificial intelligence and, in particular, for facial recognition to reinvigorate the industry. It’s no secret the buy rates in the school and events industry... Read More
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