Computer Vision

Computer vision is the field of computer science that focuses on replicating parts of the complexity of the human vision system and enabling computers to identify and process objects in images and videos in the same way that humans do
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What is Computer Vision?

Computer vision is a field of artificial intelligence and machine learning that studies the technologies and tools that allow for training computers to perceive and interpret visual information from the real world. ‘Seeing’ the world is the easy part: for that, you just need a camera. However, simply connecting a camera to a computer is not enough.

The challenging part is to classify and interpret the objects in images and videos, the relationship between them, and the context of what is going on. What we want computers to do is to be able to explain what is in an image,video footage, or real-time video stream.


The benefits of Computer Vision

Improve Accuracy

Computer vision reacts to images based only on the data that is presented—and, importantly, all of the data.

Deliver Faster Results

The brain works fast and efficiently, but computers are better at multi tasking, which can allow them to deliver faster results for some applications.

Reduce Costs

Once a computer has been trained, it can repeat the same tasks with minimal cost—and even continues to learn while it does this.This can save countless hours of manual labor and the associated costs.

Ethics of Computer Vision


Provide Unbiased Results

When a computer looks at an image with a specific goal, the irrelevant information is not taken into account.


Offer a Unique Customer Experience

Computer vision has been used to enhance the customer experience both online and in retail stores.


Accurate outcome

It's no secret that machines never make any mistakes. Likewise, computer vision systems with image-processing capabilities will commit zero mistakes, unlike humans.

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