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It is our pleasure to announce that Kambria has been selected as one of the “Canal Elite” talent programs and will partner with the Hangzhou government in China to accelerate technology development in the region. The city of Hangzhou has developed a large ecosystem to promote entrepreneurship and attract international talent. Kambria is establishing an office in Hangzhou International Talents Entrepreneurship and Innovation Park (HITEIP) to build a developer community and to expand Open-Innovation-as-a-Service, which…

We often get the question, “What is your relationship with OhmniLabs?” To answer this question, we are going to take a “deep dive” into what OhmniLabs is, why it was created, and how it relates to the Kambria Platform. As we prepare to launch additional functionality for our platform, we will cover in great detail the relationship we have with our corporate sponsor, OhmniLabs, what technologies will be available on Kambria’s Open Innovation Platform, and…

Lehigh students are making tremendous progress as Global Innovation Fund participants. Under the guidance of both Kambria engineers and Lehigh Computer Science Professor, Mooi Choo Chuah, students are adding facial recognition features to the Ohmni robot that will make it even more useful in everyday life. Last month we reported that students had successfully integrated voice commands. Users can issue drive commands to the robot and hold a simple conversation with it. In case you…