Speech Recognition

Translates audio input into text for actionable responses

Face/Object Detection

Trainable Ai for identifying people, objects, and more

Speech Synthesis

Translate text into audio output for direct user engagement

intent Determination

Neural networks for parsing inputs into responses

Latest news from our blog

Get the latest up-to-date information on our release announcements, feature reveals, and more.

Release Announcement Changes If you’re interested in a library that does Face Detection & Recognition, Motion Detection, and Object Detection then you definitely want to check out KENZY_IMAGE. pip install kenzy-image More Info
I’m excited to announce that we have just published version 0.0.2 of kenzy_image module. pip3 install kenzy-image KENZY_IMAGE is a Python 3.x library designed to simplify computer vision tasks such as Face detection/recognition, object detection, and motion detection. It’s completely simplified and currently leverages other libraries […]
Release Announcement Changes Version 1.0 is finally here. It has all the basic features battle tested and support for easy installation. Check out the docs to get started today! Modified Help & Support Installation instructions and documentation is available at https://docs.kenzy.ai

The Ai platform designed to grow with you

Project Karen’s distributed approach to I/O means you can start with a single interaction method and grow the Ai-based features to meet your requirements.

Distributed I/O

Built-in support for networked devices for I/O distribution

Object Recognition

Recognizes faces and objects for unique experiences

Add Your Own Skills

Expand functionality by building your own skill modules

Open Source

Supported by a large community of software developers

Human Interaction

Audio and video processing enables human-like interaction

Business Friendly

MIT Licensed for all the benefits of GNU without the risks

What are you waiting for?

Technology is going to disrupt the future of work, perhaps sooner than we thought.

Brian Cornell

Board Chairman, CEO, Target

Machines can never think as humans do, but just because something thinks differently than you, does it mean it’s not thinking?

Alan Turin

Computer Scientist, Cryptanalyst