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    SCAMP Brings Computer Vision Closer to Natural Perception

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    Taking their cues from nature, researchers at the University of Bristol and the University of Manchester are developing methods for increasingly intelligent cameras for AI systems. Applications for the cameras span autonomous vehicles and other intelligent-vision-enabled devices.

    The combination of sensors such as digital cameras and computing devices are compositional of current vision systems. The problem with such systems is that they perceive the environment only after the visual information has been recorded and transmitted. The information being sent also tends to include a fair amount of data that is irrelevant to a user, either machine or human; in an autonomous vehicle, a system may capture details about leaves on a tree on…

    Jan, 06 2021 |

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