We live in a ‘data-driven’ world in which AI determines which products are shown in a webshop, predicts what music you want to hear, and determines which taxi will take you to your destination in the fastest and cheapest way. Frank Thomson is applying this technology to video. “We’re training AI models so that they can automatically classify video images.”
Wide range of video applications
Companies are using video more and more often, in a wide range of applications: from surveillance and other situations in which you want to monitor any deviation from a normal situation to inspection and investigation of objects. In most companies, viewing and inspecting these images is still a matter of manual work. Frank is training machine learning algorithms to recognize video images. The purpose: fully automatic detection of occurrences of a particular situation. This will allow people to focus on that part of their work that requires their knowhow. Frank: “The time savings are huge, and what’s more, we’re making the work of the staff who need to analyze those images a lot more pleasant.
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