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Deep Learning for Computer Vision: Perspectives from Algorithm, Market and Processor Experts

This blog post was originally published at Vision Systems Design's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of PennWell. Convolutional neural networks (CNNs) and other deep learning techniques are rapidly becoming key enabling technologies for applications requiring object recognition and other computer vision capabilities. I first discussed the topic of deep learning in a …

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Industry Standards Simplify Computer Vision Software Development

This blog post was originally published at Vision Systems Design's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of PennWell. When developing computer vision software, de facto standards such as the OpenCV open source computer vision library (which I mentioned in a recent column) are extremely valuable in helping you get your development done quickly …

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Computer Vision for Driver Assistance: More Industry Perspectives

This blog post was originally published at Vision Systems Design's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of PennWell. Back in March, I wrote about ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems), which I noted was "quietly but quite rapidly becoming a huge technology success story." This week, I'm revisiting the topic, along with the related …

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Computer Vision: The Business Side of the Equation

This blog post was originally published at Vision Systems Design's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of PennWell. Most of the discussion of computer vision these days is about the technology: algorithms, processors, image sensors, etc. While technology is obviously critical, business topics are increasingly central as well, as vision technology comes out …

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Computer Vision Software Development: Current Status and Future Trends

This blog post was originally published at Vision Systems Design's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of PennWell. Despite improved tools, libraries and APIs, computer vision software development remains challenging. Several presentations at the recent Embedded Vision Summit addressed various aspects of the computer vision software development process, both as it currently exists …

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Camera Image Processing: Presentations and Acquisitions

This blog post was originally published at Vision Systems Design's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of PennWell. I last explored the subject of computational photography and camera image processing in a column published a month ago. One week later, I had the pleasure of moderating a technical presentation track at the Embedded …

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Deep Learning for Vision Processing: Google’s Perspective

This blog post was originally published at Vision Systems Design's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of PennWell. In a column published two months ago, I discussed the compelling potential and increasingly proven reality of convolutional neural networks and other deep learning techniques for solving a variety of longstanding computer vision challenges. And …

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The Embedded Vision Summit: Past Years’ Replays are This Year’s Preview

This blog post was originally published at Vision Systems Design's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of PennWell. Over the past several weeks, as regular readers may have noticed, I've mentioned the upcoming Embedded Vision Summit, managed by the Embedded Vision Alliance (for which I act as editor-in-chief). "Upcoming" is "now", actually; as …

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