Computer Vision is described as the capacity of machines to receive data, analyze and make decisions on its own. This includes videos and photos, mostly from infrared or thermal detectors, sensors or other origins.
Robots are everywhere. Starting from the assembly lines of a manufacturing company, all they could do was what they were functioned to do, to pick things up and put them in the right place.
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Computer vision has crossed oceans to come where it stands now, and for the good! The technology uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to scan images and analyze all the information.
Gone is the time when Computer Vision was used only in large manufacturing companies. It is now accessible to every person using a smartphone.
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Computer Vision has a broader scope than we all know. It is more than just collecting information and analyzing the image. It is more than just image recognition.
We all know how marketing in the twentieth century included surveys and looking for ad placements in primetime shows. The present age of technology has provided companies with huge amount of data and equally genius ideas to analyze it.
We have all seen The Terminator wreaking havoc but saving the day in the end; practically a machine sacrificing its electronic life once the work is done. Machines tend to do that often now with such technological advancements up in our sleeves.