Patents by Inventor Jeremi Sudol

Jeremi Sudol has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 10318576
    Abstract: Systems and methods of verifying the results of an initial image recognition process are presented. A verification engine can receive a set of candidate images corresponding to the results of an image recognition process performed on a captured query image. The verification engine can determine an appropriate verification technique to apply to the images of the candidate set, and classify, re-rank or otherwise re-organize the candidate set such that the best match from the candidate set is confirmed as a proper match.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 10, 2015
    Date of Patent: June 11, 2019
    Assignee: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: Mustafa Jaber, Bing Song, Jeremi Sudol
  • Publication number: 20190057113
    Abstract: Apparatus, methods and systems of providing AR content are disclosed. Embodiments of the inventive subject matter can obtain an initial map of an area, derive views of interest, obtain AR content objects associated with the views of interest, establish experience clusters and generate a tile map tessellated based on the experience clusters. A user device could be configured to obtain and instantiate at least some of the AR content objects based on at least one of a location and a recognition.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 23, 2018
    Publication date: February 21, 2019
    Applicant: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: David McKinnon, Kamil Wnuk, Jeremi Sudol, Matheen Siddiqui, John Wiacek, Bing Song, Nicholas J. Witchey
  • Publication number: 20190012557
    Abstract: An object recognition ingestion system is presented. The object ingestion system captures image data of objects, possibly in an uncontrolled setting. The image data is analyzed to determine if one or more a priori know canonical shape objects match the object represented in the image data. The canonical shape object also includes one or more reference PoVs indicating perspectives from which to analyze objects having the corresponding shape. An object ingestion engine combines the canonical shape object along with the image data to create a model of the object. The engine generates a desirable set of model PoVs from the reference PoVs, and then generates recognition descriptors from each of the model PoVs. The descriptors, image data, model PoVs, or other contextually relevant information are combined into key frame bundles having sufficient information to allow other computing devices to recognize the object at a later time.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 6, 2018
    Publication date: January 10, 2019
    Applicant: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: Kamil Wnuk, David McKinnon, Jeremi Sudol, Bing Song, Matheen Siddiqui
  • Patent number: 10140317
    Abstract: Apparatus, methods and systems of providing AR content are disclosed. Embodiments of the inventive subject matter can obtain an initial map of an area, derive views of interest, obtain AR content objects associated with the views of interest, establish experience clusters and generate a tile map tessellated based on the experience clusters. A user device could be configured to obtain and instantiate at least some of the AR content objects based on at least one of a location and a recognition.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 26, 2017
    Date of Patent: November 27, 2018
    Assignee: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: David McKinnon, Kamil Wnuk, Jeremi Sudol, Matheen Siddiqui, John Wiacek, Bing Song, Nicholas J. Witchey
  • Patent number: 10095945
    Abstract: An object recognition ingestion system is presented. The object ingestion system captures image data of objects, possibly in an uncontrolled setting. The image data is analyzed to determine if one or more a priori know canonical shape objects match the object represented in the image data. The canonical shape object also includes one or more reference PoVs indicating perspectives from which to analyze objects having the corresponding shape. An object ingestion engine combines the canonical shape object along with the image data to create a model of the object. The engine generates a desirable set of model PoVs from the reference PoVs, and then generates recognition descriptors from each of the model PoVs. The descriptors, image data, model PoVs, or other contextually relevant information are combined into key frame bundles having sufficient information to allow other computing devices to recognize the object at a later time.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 18, 2016
    Date of Patent: October 9, 2018
    Assignee: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: Kamil Wnuk, David McKinnon, Jeremi Sudol, Bing Song, Matheen Siddiqui
  • Patent number: 10013612
    Abstract: A system for analyzing scene traits in an object recognition ingestion ecosystem is presented. In some embodiment, a trait analysis engine analyzes a digital representation of a scene to derive one or more features. The features are compiled into sets of similar features with respect to a feature space. The engine attempts to discover which traits of the scene (e.g., temperature, lighting, gravity, etc.) can be used to distinguish the features for purposes of object recognition. When such distinguishing traits are found, an object recognition database is populated with object information, possibly indexed according to the similar features and their corresponding distinguishing traits.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 16, 2017
    Date of Patent: July 3, 2018
    Assignee: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: David McKinnon, John Wiacek, Jeremi Sudol, Kamil Wnuk, Bing Song
  • Publication number: 20180165519
    Abstract: Systems and methods of quickly recognizing or differentiating many objects are presented. Contemplated systems include an object model database storing recognition models associated with known modeled objects. The object identifiers can be indexed in the object model database based on recognition features derived from key frames of the modeled object. Such objects are recognized by a recognition engine at a later time. The recognition engine can construct a recognition strategy based on a current context where the recognition strategy includes rules for executing one or more recognition algorithms on a digital representation of a scene. The recognition engine can recognize an object from the object model database, and then attempt to identify key frame bundles that are contextually relevant, which can then be used to track the object or to query a content database for content information.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 26, 2018
    Publication date: June 14, 2018
    Applicant: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: Kamil Wnuk, Bing Song, Matheen Siddiqui, David McKinnon, Jeremi Sudol, Patrick Soon-Shiong, Orang Dialameh
  • Publication number: 20180144261
    Abstract: Techniques are provided for predicting DNA accessibility. DNase-seq data files and RNA-seq data files for a plurality of cell types are paired by assigning DNase-seq data files to RNA-seq data files that are at least within a same biotype. A neural network is configured to be trained using batches of the paired data files, where configuring the neural network comprises configuring convolutional layers to process a first input comprising DNA sequence data from a paired data file to generate a convolved output, and fully connected layers following the convolutional layers to concatenate the convolved output with a second input comprising gene expression levels derived from RNA-seq data from the paired data file and process the concatenation to generate a DNA accessibility prediction output. The trained neural network is used to predict DNA accessibility in a genomic sample input comprising RNA-seq data and whole genome sequencing for a new cell type.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 20, 2017
    Publication date: May 24, 2018
    Applicants: NantOmics, LLC., Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: Kamil Wnuk, Jeremi Sudol, Shahrooz Rabizadeh, Patrick Soon-Shiong, Christopher Szeto, Charles Vaske
  • Patent number: 9904850
    Abstract: Systems and methods of quickly recognizing or differentiating many objects are presented. Contemplated systems include an object model database storing recognition models associated with known modeled objects. The object identifiers can be indexed in the object model database based on recognition features derived from key frames of the modeled object. Such objects are recognized by a recognition engine at a later time. The recognition engine can construct a recognition strategy based on a current context where the recognition strategy includes rules for executing one or more recognition algorithms on a digital representation of a scene. The recognition engine can recognize an object from the object model database, and then attempt to identify key frame bundles that are contextually relevant, which can then be used to track the object or to query a content database for content information.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 22, 2017
    Date of Patent: February 27, 2018
    Assignee: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: Kamil Wnuk, Bing Song, Matheen Siddiqui, David McKinnon, Jeremi Sudol, Patrick Soon-Shiong, Orang Dialameh
  • Publication number: 20180046648
    Abstract: Apparatus, methods and systems of providing AR content are disclosed. Embodiments of the inventive subject matter can obtain an initial map of an area, derive views of interest, obtain AR content objects associated with the views of interest, establish experience clusters and generate a tile map tessellated based on the experience clusters. A user device could be configured to obtain and instantiate at least some of the AR content objects based on at least one of a location and a recognition.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 26, 2017
    Publication date: February 15, 2018
    Applicant: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: David McKinnon, Kamil Wnuk, Jeremi Sudol, Matheen Siddiqui, John Wiacek, Bing Song, Nicholas J. Witchey
  • Patent number: 9864758
    Abstract: Systems and methods of verifying the results of an initial image recognition process are presented. A verification engine can receive a set of candidate images corresponding to the results of an image recognition process performed on a captured query image. The verification engine can determine an appropriate verification technique to apply to the images of the candidate set, and classify, re-rank or otherwise re-organize the candidate set such that the best match from the candidate set is confirmed as a proper match.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 12, 2014
    Date of Patent: January 9, 2018
    Assignee: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: Mustafa Jaber, Bing Song, Jeremi Sudol
  • Publication number: 20180005081
    Abstract: A sensor data processing system and method is described. Contemplated systems and methods derive a first recognition trait of an object from a first data set that represents the object in a first environmental state. A second recognition trait of the object is then derived from a second data set that represents the object in a second environmental state. The sensor data processing systems and methods then identifies a mapping of elements of the first and second recognition traits in a new representation space. The mapping of elements satisfies a variance criterion for corresponding elements, which allows the mapping to be used for object recognition. The sensor data processing systems and methods described herein provide new object recognition techniques that are computationally efficient and can be performed in real-time by the mobile phone technology that is currently available.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 15, 2017
    Publication date: January 4, 2018
    Applicant: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: Kamil Wnuk, Jeremi Sudol, Bing Song, Matheen Siddiqui, David McKinnon
  • Patent number: 9817848
    Abstract: Apparatus, methods and systems of providing AR content are disclosed. Embodiments of the inventive subject matter can obtain an initial map of an area, derive views of interest, obtain AR content objects associated with the views of interest, establish experience clusters and generate a tile map tessellated based on the experience clusters. A user device could be configured to obtain and instantiate at least some of the AR content objects based on at least one of a location and a recognition.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 13, 2017
    Date of Patent: November 14, 2017
    Assignee: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: David McKinnon, Kamil Wnuk, Jeremi Sudol, Matheen Siddiqui, John Wiacek, Bing Song, Nicholas J. Witchey
  • Patent number: 9792529
    Abstract: A sensor data processing system and method is described. Contemplated systems and methods derive a first recognition trait of an object from a first data set that represents the object in a first environmental state. A second recognition trait of the object is then derived from a second data set that represents the object in a second environmental state. The sensor data processing systems and methods then identifies a mapping of elements of the first and second recognition traits in a new representation space. The mapping of elements satisfies a variance criterion for corresponding elements, which allows the mapping to be used for object recognition. The sensor data processing systems and methods described herein provide new object recognition techniques that are computationally efficient and can be performed in real-time by the mobile phone technology that is currently available.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 24, 2016
    Date of Patent: October 17, 2017
    Assignee: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: Kamil Wnuk, Jeremi Sudol, Bing Song, Matheen Siddiqui, David McKinnon
  • Publication number: 20170262704
    Abstract: Systems and methods of quickly recognizing or differentiating many objects are presented. Contemplated systems include an object model database storing recognition models associated with known modeled objects. The object identifiers can be indexed in the object model database based on recognition features derived from key frames of the modeled object. Such objects are recognized by a recognition engine at a later time. The recognition engine can construct a recognition strategy based on a current context where the recognition strategy includes rules for executing one or more recognition algorithms on a digital representation of a scene. The recognition engine can recognize an object from the object model database, and then attempt to identify key frame bundles that are contextually relevant, which can then be used to track the object or to query a content database for content information.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 22, 2017
    Publication date: September 14, 2017
    Applicant: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: Kamil Wnuk, Bing Song, Matheen Siddiqui, David McKinnon, Jeremi Sudol, Patrick Soon-Shiong, Orang Dialameh
  • Publication number: 20170200049
    Abstract: A system for analyzing scene traits in an object recognition ingestion ecosystem is presented. In some embodiment, a trait analysis engine analyzes a digital representation of a scene to derive one or more features. The features are compiled into sets of similar features with respect to a feature space. The engine attempts to discover which traits of the scene (e.g., temperature, lighting, gravity, etc.) can be used to distinguish the features for purposes of object recognition. When such distinguishing traits are found, an object recognition database is populated with object information, possibly indexed according to the similar features and their corresponding distinguishing traits.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 16, 2017
    Publication date: July 13, 2017
    Applicant: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: David McKinnon, John Wiacek, Jeremi Sudol, Kamil Wnuk, Bing Song
  • Patent number: 9690991
    Abstract: Systems and methods of quickly recognizing or differentiating many objects are presented. Contemplated systems include an object model database storing recognition models associated with known modeled objects. The object identifiers can be indexed in the object model database based on recognition features derived from key frames of the modeled object. Such objects are recognized by a recognition engine at a later time. The recognition engine can construct a recognition strategy based on a current context where the recognition strategy includes rules for executing one or more recognition algorithms on a digital representation of a scene. The recognition engine can recognize an object from the object model database, and then attempt to identify key frame bundles that are contextually relevant, which can then be used to track the object or to query a content database for content information.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 27, 2016
    Date of Patent: June 27, 2017
    Assignee: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: Kamil Wnuk, Bing Song, Matheen Siddiqui, David McKinnon, Jeremi Sudol, Patrick Soon-Shiong, Orang Dialameh
  • Publication number: 20170132253
    Abstract: Apparatus, methods and systems of providing AR content are disclosed. Embodiments of the inventive subject matter can obtain an initial map of an area, derive views of interest, obtain AR content objects associated with the views of interest, establish experience clusters and generate a tile map tessellated based on the experience clusters. A user device could be configured to obtain and instantiate at least some of the AR content objects based on at least one of a location and a recognition.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 13, 2017
    Publication date: May 11, 2017
    Applicant: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: David McKinnon, Kamil Wnuk, Jeremi Sudol, Matheen Siddiqui, John Wiacek, Bing Song, Nicholas J. Witchey
  • Patent number: 9633042
    Abstract: A system for analyzing scene traits in an object recognition ingestion ecosystem is presented. In some embodiment, a trait analysis engine analyzes a digital representation of a scene to derive one or more features. The features are compiled into sets of similar features with respect to a feature space. The engine attempts to discover which traits of the scene (e.g., temperature, lighting, gravity, etc.) can be used to distinguish the features for purposes of object recognition. When such distinguishing traits are found, an object recognition database is populated with object information, possibly indexed according to the similar features and their corresponding distinguishing traits.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 2, 2015
    Date of Patent: April 25, 2017
    Assignee: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: David McKinnon, John Wiacek, Jeremi Sudol, Kamil Wnuk, Bing Song
  • Patent number: 9582516
    Abstract: Apparatus, methods and systems of providing AR content are disclosed. Embodiments of the inventive subject matter can obtain an initial map of an area, derive views of interest, obtain AR content objects associated with the views of interest, establish experience clusters and generate a tile map tessellated based on the experience clusters. A user device could be configured to obtain and instantiate at least some of the AR content objects based on at least one of a location and a recognition.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 17, 2014
    Date of Patent: February 28, 2017
    Assignee: Nant Holdings IP, LLC
    Inventors: David McKinnon, Kamil Wnuk, Jeremi Sudol, Matheen Siddiqui, John Wiacek, Bing Song, Nicholas J. Witchey