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Maddyness Features Recycleye: ‘The Company Using AI to Reshape Recycling’

Maddyness, the go-to magazine for innovators, has published a feature article on Recycleye, ‘The Company Using AI to Reshape Recycling’.

The publication outlines how Microsoft is supporting Recycleye in digitising the waste management industry.

“Recycleye’s solution – a computer vision system, which is as adept at sorting items into waste streams as the human eye – is cheap, decentralised and fit to be rolled out rapidly across the world.”

Recycleye is now also training recycling robotics to bring transparency and traceability to the waste management industry.

Read the full article on the Maddyness here


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