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Advanced Computer Vision: Applications & Challenges

The application of Edge computing and Edge AI are fundamental to advanced computer vision.
  • Innotech
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  • December 10, 2021

Computer Vision uses Machine Learning and Deep Learning to observe and analyse its surroundings. Computer Vision has a huge impact on all industries, from transportation to healthcare. It includes techniques used in image processing, an overarching technology that enables analysis of images and videos. Advanced Computer Vision, a more complex form of Computer Vision, is an interdisciplinary field of science and technology that deals with how computers can gain high-level understanding from digital images or videos. It aims to understand and automate tasks that the human visual system can perform. The application of Edge computing and Edge AI are basically fundamental to Advanced computer vision as the Cloud is not an adequate environment for deploying AI when you require real-time solutions or fast responses. As such, deploying AI solutions to edge computing devices (Edge AI) is the only way to overcome latency limitations of centralized cloud computing. 


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  • Hardware limitations (cameras for visual input, computing hardware for AI inference) 
  • The AI component of Advanced Computer Vision requires considerable computing power
  • Complexity of scaling Computer Vision Systems 
  • High level of development risk considering development time, required domain experts, and difficulties in developing a scalable infrastructure
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