Computer Vision

Definition updated on November 2023

What is Computer Vision?

One area of artificial intelligence called computer vision teaches and prepares machines to comprehend the visual environment. Deep learning models and digital photos can be used by computers to precisely detect, categorize, and respond to objects. The process of computer imaging takes less time and has a lower mistake rate. It lowers the cost of hiring and training specialized personnel to perform the tasks that computers will perform at the rate of hundreds of workers. The goal of computer vision in AI is to create automated systems that can interpret visual data (such as pictures or videos) in a similar way to how people do it. The goal of computer vision is to teach computers how to individually analyze and understand images. This is the foundation of the field of computer vision. Technically speaking, computers will try to gather visual data, manage it, and use sophisticated software programs to analyze the results.

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