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In-Q-Tel Picks Smart Shopping Cart Provider as Winner of AI Pitch Event

TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 25, 2018 — In-Q-Tel has selected Focal Systems among 12 finalist startup companies that offered various artificial intelligence technologies as part of a competition that drew more than 70 candidates across industry, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

IQT said Thursday Focal Systems, a developer of smart shopping cart technology, won this year’s “AI Computing at the Edge” pitch event with its deep learning computer vision platform that works to enable automated grocery and convenience retail shopping.

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