Literally, this is a look into the near future—where the convergence of hardware and software enables developers to create machines and applications that see as humans do. With edge devices, the cloud, and IoT expansion, the number of apps and solutions integrating vision capabilities is skyrocketing. And making strong vision functions available to developers is a driving Intel goal.
In this conversation, Henry Gabb discusses the state of Computer Vision with Charlotte Dryden, Senior Director of Visual Computing Solutions at Intel. Watch now to see what they have to say about:
- Advancements made by Intel hardware and software to deliver optimal performance and power for visual computing workloads.
- Deep learning tools that optimize trained models for object detection or facial recognition.
- The role OpenCV* plays in giving machines more ability to mimic the human eye and how OpenCV.js makes computer vision functions accessible to web developers.