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ReTail Scene: Next Generation Dog Training

Screen Shot 2021-03-15 at 1.47.42 PMNow you can train your dog using advanced machine learning through a company called Companion. Check this out from their website, joincompanion.com :

Companion develops technology that automatically trains dogs to high levels using machine learning, robotics, computer vision, and state of the art reward-based training. Our products create high-quality solutions to the most pressing dog training and welfare issues for professional working dog businesses, boarding facilities, trainers and consumers. The Companion team includes world-class technologists, animal welfare experts, researchers, and entrepreneurs. We’ve partnered with the SF SPCA, Google, and top tier venture investors to bring a new category of products to the world.

Companion uses state of the art AI to provide thousands of hours of fun and engaging training. We help your dog understand cues and directions while you get on with the rest of your day. So when it's time for you to take them for a walk, you can focus on the good times.

Companion's proprietary technology adapts to your dog in real time and delivers transformative insights into your dog's behavior. Audio and 3D sensing systems precisely detect and analyze your dog's movement and behaviors. Machine learning rapidly calculates the best way to engage with your dog with positive reinforcement, recognizing and rewarding their achievements with their favorite treats.

Check out more about it here: joincompanion.com 

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