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Submission + - Neon moves to Silicon Valley to transform the face of online video (cmu.edu)

An anonymous reader writes: Neon, a startup out of Carnegie Mellon University, is now incubating in Silicon Valley. Neon’s technology uses computational brain science to determine the most visually appealing screenshot from a stream of video to use as a thumbnail. The transition from CMU Pittsburgh Campus means that Neon is now in a greater position “where [they] can work face-to-face to build partnerships, collaborations and a strong customer base with video publishers and platforms”.
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Neon moves to Silicon Valley to transform the face of online video

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