Webinar Recap: How Computer Vision Drives Digital Transformation
Everyone’s talking about computer vision — the field of artificial intelligence that enables computers to process images as humans do. It might sound like something from an old sci-fi novel, but computer vision is now a reality and the future of this technology is limitless. In a decade or so, computer vision systems will be 99 percent accurate. That will make them more reliable at reacting to visual inputs than humans.But back to the present day…How can organizations apply computer vision applications to real-world problems? How will it influence digital transformation? Those were the topics discussed in this recent webinar from Chooch AI. Tifani Templin, the company’s partner manager, discussed the real-world utilization of computer vision with Brett Rudenstein, the vice president of sales engineering and services at event-driven application platform VANTIQ and Patric Burma, VANTIQ’s senior solutions engineer. Emrah Gultekin, CEO and co-founder of Chooch AI, presented the event.
How Can Computer Vision Benefit Organizations?
Computer vision uses AI models to interpret the visual world in a similar way to how humans do. These models can detect a face in a photo. Or identify an object in a video. So computer vision systems solve problems and execute repetitive tasks quickly, freeing up resources for workers in various industries. “We’re using a computer vision system to supplement human decision-making in a way that is very ‘real-time’ so that problems don’t become more serious as they unfold,” says Patric Burma from VANTIQ.
How Are Companies Exploring Computer Vision Technology?
Companies like Chooch AI and VANTIQ are pioneering computer vision, helping organizations build custom smart applications that use this technology to solve various real-world tasks such as improving workplace safety, diagnosing diseases and streamlining manufacturing processes. Computer vision is revolutionizing digital transformation, allowing organizations to create customized cloud-based AI models that combine data collection, model training and deployment.”For a machine to be able to detect objects, faces, actions and states, that’s really ground zero for this type of inferencing,” says Emrah Gultekin from Chooch AI. “What [Chooch AI] does is ingest multiple image and video formats into our system and we provide those inferences very, very quickly to users and enterprises.”Data-driven organizations are receptive to these technologies and the computer vision market will reach $48.6 billion by 2022.
Examples of How Organizations Can Apply Computer Vision to the Real World
In the webinar, you can discover examples of how organizations benefit from computer vision:
- Computer vision can detect a fire in an office building.
- It knows when workers fall in warehouses, hospitals and other workplace environments.
- It can identify people not wearing a face mask at a COVID-secure event.
And companies like VANTIQ are making computer vision even more capable of recreating human vision:”[Computer vision] is never really 100 percent accurate,” says Brett Rudenstein from VANTIQ. “So when we build and design applications, we try to add in some elements to supplement those accuracy numbers.”
Computer vision has transformed digital transformation, with smart applications solving real-world problems for organizations across all industries. As companies like Chooch AI and VANTIQ continue to develop AI technologies, the possibilities of computer vision are infinite. Click here to watch the webinar from Chooch AI and VANTIQ.
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