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Artificial intelligence is going to supercharge surveillance - The Verge

2018-01-23 1,516 artificialintelligence AI BigData MachineLearning surveillance IoT computerVision Futureofwork

Machine learning is helping CCTV cameras to analyze what we do in real time, creating a new and powerful form of automated surveillance.
5 minute Intro to Artificial Intelligence - YouTube

2017-11-20 1,366 DeepLearning ComputerVision DataScience

There is so much discussion and #confusion about #AI nowadays. People talk about #deeplearning and #computerVision without context. In this short video, I gi...
What is Artificial Intelligence? – Raviraja Bhat – Machine learning

2018-10-09 1,262 ComputerVision

In simple words, Artificial intelligence is a field of science that is trying to mimic humans or other animals behavior. Wiki – Best of Deep Learning & Computer vision

2017-12-23 718 AI Computervision

Fantastic Nets and how to understand them
CORVUS Solutions

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CORVUS Solutions wants to be a reliable partner for all logistics related activities. Our logistic consultancy team is skilled within Intralogistics (Automation) Projects with AGVs, Robotics, WMS, Project Management, Coaching, Training, Lean Process Improvement, AI ComputerVision,..
A new study shows what it might take to make AI useful in health care - MIT Technology Review

2019-03-23 517 AI healthcare MedTech ComputerVision

Researchers used machine vision to help nurses monitor ICU patients. The way they approached their work shows the value of asking what people actually need artificial intelligence for.
DALL·E: Creating Images from Text

2021-01-05 492 ai ComputerVision machinelearning openai dalle

We’ve trained a neural network called DALL·E that creates images from text captions for a wide range of concepts expressible in natural language.
The Present And Future Of Computer Vision

2019-06-27 482 deeplearning ComputerVision facialrecognition IoT

The ability of present-day machines to perceive and interpret visual information with astounding accuracy gives us a glimpse of the future of computer vision, where such systems will be able to solve even the most complex visual problems, far surpassing the visual capabilities of humans.
The 25 Best Data Science Projects on GitHub from 2018 that you Should Not Miss

2018-12-26 455 DataScience github computervision

2018 was a HUGE year in open source machine learning projects. Here's our pick of the bunch, with projects divided into different categories.
The World's Most Valuable AI Companies, and What They're Working On

2019-02-27 348 fintech CyberSecurity computervision

Private companies with a billion-dollar valuation were so uncommon not long ago that they were dubbed unicorns. Now there are 325 of them.
A new AI chip can perform image recognition tasks in nanoseconds - MIT Technology Review

2020-03-04 295 ComputerVision imagerecognition ArtificialIntelligence

The news: A new type of artificial eye, made by combining light-sensing electronics with a neural network on a single tiny chip, can make sense of what it's seeing in just a few nanoseconds, far faster than existing image sensors.Why it matters: Computer vision is integral to many applications of AI—from driverless cars to industrial robots to smart sensors that act as our eyes in remote locations—and machines have become very good at responding to what they see. – Learn Machine Learning, AI & Computer vision

2018-01-05 288 Computervision

In a previous post, we covered various methods of object detection using deep learning. In this blog, I will cover Single Shot Multibox Detector in more details. SSD is one of the most popular object
Computer vision: Why it’s hard to compare AI and human perception – TechTalks

2020-08-10 259 ComputerVision

A new AI research paper highlights the challenges of comparing deep neural networks with human perception.
How to hide from the AI surveillance state with a color printout - MIT Technology Review

2019-04-23 215 AI cybersecurity machinelearning ComputerVision

AI-powered video technology is becoming ubiquitous, tracking our faces and bodies through stores, offices, and public spaces.
AI edges closer to understanding 3D space the way we do – TechCrunch

2018-06-14 190 ComputerVision

If I show you single picture of a room, you can tell me right away that there's a table with a chair in front of it, they're probably about the same size, about this far from each other, with the walls this far away — enough to draw a rough map of the room. Computer vision systems don't have this i…