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NVIDIA Research: Fast Uncertainty Quantification for Deep Object Pose Estimation

This blog post was originally published at NVIDIA’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of NVIDIA. Researchers from NVIDIA, University of Texas at Austin and Caltech developed a simple, efficient, and plug-and-play uncertainty quantification method for the 6-DoF (degrees of freedom) object pose estimation task, using an ensemble of K pre-trained estimators with …

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Intel Accelerates AI for Industrial Applications

This blog post was originally published at Intel’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Intel. The use of artificial intelligence in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) domain is a complex and fast-moving phenomenon. In just the past few years, AI use cases and applications that were nearly impossible to scale or …

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Reflections on 2021 Embedded Vision Summit

This blog post was originally published by Opteran Technologies. It is reprinted here with the permission of Opteran Technologies. It’s been another tough year for anyone organising virtual high-tech conferences. Rarely do these events capture the atmosphere and buzz of a real-world face-to-face gathering. So for all of us involved in the computer vision industry …

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What is Intelligent Photography? Part III: Understanding Different Image File Formats and the Mysterious YUV

This blog post was originally published at Visidon’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Visidon. As discussed in previous blog articles, taking a photo means that your camera is capturing data, which is used to create a digital image. Every graphic you see on a display is an image file. Image files …

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Helping Drivers Stay Focused

This blog post was originally published at Ambarella’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Ambarella. Our vision processors are at the forefront of a new wave of driver monitoring applications. Encouraging drivers to pay attention to the road has always been a daunting challenge. Mobile devices provide a steady source of distraction, …

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Challenges of Running Deep Learning Computer Vision on Computationally Limited Devices

Clear vision using glasses (Photo by timJ on Unsplash) This blog post was originally published at Xailient’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Xailient. Autonomous driving, facial recognition, traffic surveillance, person tracking, and object counting, all of these applications have one thing in common, Computer Vision (CV). Since the success of deep …

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Beneficial AI: The More Advanced, The More Beneficial

This blog post was originally published at BrainChip’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of BrainChip. In many of our presentations, podcasts, and blogs, we’ve focused the conversation around “Beneficial AI.” Here at BrainChip, we consider applications that aim to improve the human or global condition to be beneficial. This could apply to …

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What is Intelligent Photography? Part II: Image Enhancement Techniques

This blog post was originally published at Visidon’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Visidon. In the last post we discussed what is a good image and what does image quality mean. You can read the article here. In general, there are a few common criteria which usually determine the image quality: noise, …

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Protocol- and Interface-Agnostic Universal D2D Controller for Chiplets and HPC

This blog post was originally published at OpenFive’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of OpenFive. Demand for die-to-die and chip-to-chip interfaces has been growing steadily in the past few years due to new applications in cloud/data centers, AI (training and edge applications), and High-Performance Computing (HPC). The demand is driven by the requirements …

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