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Recycleye Joins Nvidia Inception Programme

Recycleye today announced it has joined the NVIDIA Inception program as a community member.

The program is designed to nurture startups revolutionizing industries with advancements in AI and data sciences.

Recycleye will use the program to gain access to ground-breaking technologies, computational power, marketing assistance and mentoring. The company is already using many of NVIDIA’s products in the development of its computer vision and deep learning algorithms.

Recycleye is building machine learning tools to enable the smarter characterisation, ubiquitous tracking and automated sorting of waste.

No time to waste — let’s bring Recycleye’s technology to the world and accelerate our transition to a circular economy!

Recycleye is also hiring, so if you think that you can program in half the time most people think possible and want to solve one of the world’s biggest problems, get in touch with us.


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