Jemsoft is a computer vision and machine learning company that provides image and video analysis tools, products and solutions to businesses and developers.

Founded in 2013 by Jordan Green and Emily Rich, Jemsoft has built a powerful computer vision framework that ‘teaches’ computers to recognise and react to images. The tool is used across a wide range of sectors.

Unlike many other computer vision APIs – a tool or library that assists developers in writing code – Jemsoft’s Monocular API is user trainable, meaning any user, regardless of whether or not they can write code, can direct their computers to identify images such as faces, words or objects such as stop signs.

Emily Rich and Jordan Green – developing innovative computer vision APIs at Jemsoft

Innovative product

Monocular API

Government Support

Venture Catalyst Program

Website

Jemsoft