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Testing Amazon’s new DeepLens camera: Can this $249 device really recognize everyday objects?
It’s been seven months since Amazon Web Services gave the first look at DeepLens — a $249 programmable video camera that runs machine learning models for object recognition — and now the device is finally here. The camera, which starts shipping Thursday, is meant to put Amazon’s powerful machine learning capabilities in the hands of all developers. Powered by an Intel Atom X5 processor, DeepLens can recognize faces and objects, read text and more. On the eve of its release, Gee...

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