Getting the Word Out On MPEG7/VCM for Vision Based Applications using AI (Edge & Cloud)

Computer vision technology is poised for incredible growth across nearly all applications. Machine-to-Machine (M2M) connections and human-machine (H2M) vision will represent the greatest usage of Internet video traffic. Visual intelligence is being incorporated into new products and practical applications, including automotive, smart cites, security and surveillance, consumer electronics, industrial, health, retail and beyond.

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Automatic Defect Inspection Using the NVIDIA End-to-End Deep Learning Platform

This blog post was originally published at NVIDIA's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of NVIDIA. Quality requirements for manufacturers are increasing to meet customer demands. Manual inspection is usually required to guarantee product quality, but this requires significant cost and can result in production bottlenecks, lowered productivity, and reduced efficiency. 

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Image Processing and Computer Vision in One Package: A Logical Next Step

Computer vision on the edge is a good start but it isn’t enough. It needs to deal with distorted images from wide-angle lenses, image stabilization, low-light conditions and other imaging functions we already see in more advanced applications. And it has to continue to do so at low cost and low power. Consumers and businesses …

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