Chief Data Scientist
Dion Research LLC
In 1958, Frank Rosenblatt built the Perceptron Mark 1, a machine designed for image recognition. The machine simulated simplified biological neurons. It used an array of 400 photocells, to simulate the retina.
Fundamentally, we still need a “machine” to do the work of the neurons, and a camera to do the work of the eye and retina.
Meet the Raspberry Pi family
Right now, available for short to long term engagements, in advisory capacity or full time