How Computer Vision Is Finally Taking Off, After 50 Years

04 May 2017   08:12   924
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Computer vision is fascinating to me because a) it sounds intriguing and b) it’s a part of so many different things we use today (augmented reality, image search, Google Photos, cameras, those yellow first down lines we see watching football on TV, self-driving cars, selfie lenses, and more.) In this video, I talk with several researchers at Google to get an overview of the field today, a bit of its history, and a hint of its future.

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