Computer Vision

AI AWS Computer Vision

Identity Verification using Amazon Rekognition and Amazon Textract

This demo shows how an end-to-end identity verification solution can be developed using Amazon Rekognition and Amazon Textract. Source Code – https://bit.ly/3W04Xdg

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Computer Vision Video Production

Doctor Strange Multiverse Using Computer Vision.

How to add Doctor Strange VFX in real time using Computer Vision.

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Computer Vision

OpenCV & the Future of Computer Vision

This presentation provides an overview of recent developments and capabilities around OpenCV, The Open Source Computer Vision Library

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Computer Vision

Designing Dashcams to Freeze License Plates

Law enforcement has long had license plate readers, but now, thanks to technology, you can too. Here’s how we could design dashcams to work like police license plate readers:

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Computer Vision

4 Computer Vision ideas to make a SMART FARM

Here’s an interesting take on what AI can do for agriculture. In the last 2 years, since I started showing on YouTube project prototypes built with computer vision I have been contacted by workers of different industries, and Farm is one of them. First they wanted to validate their idea, whether improving some processes inside […]

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Computer Vision IoT Raspberry Pi

Raspberry pi YOLOv4-tiny Object Detection with Intel Neural Compute Stick and openVINO

Here’s an interesting computer vision project. I really need to unpack more of my stuff so I can find my Raspberry Pis.

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Computer Vision

Going Beyond Medical Image Segmentation. The Road Towards Clinical Insights

Adam Klimont and Tomasz Bartczak present “Beyond Medical Image Segmentation. The Road Towards Cinical Insights” at the PyData London 2022 conference. Recent progress in deep learning for medical imaging has led to impressive results. Among them is a fully automatic human organ segmentation from Computed Tomography (CT) scans. Organ segmentation can be the end goal […]

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AI Computer Vision Python

How Improved Text Readability Online Helps the Visually Impaired

Asya Frumkin presents “Can You Read This? (Or: How I Improved Text Readability on the Web for the Visually Impaired)” from the PyData London 2022: This talk will describe how Asya Frumkin used deep learning to identify texts on background images that are illegible for people with vision impairments. Frumkin explains the challenges ncountered when […]

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