AI Transformation: Computer Vision Case Studies


After years of imagining how computer vision systems would dramatically transform the way businesses operate, we are now observing the exciting ROI benefits of computer vision in action.

Armed with data from businesses from multiple economic sectors, we have compiled hight level computer vision case studies of how Chooch.AI customers are boosting operational efficiency and achieve massive ROI benefits across their organizations.


The Tangible Benefits from Computer Vision

Decreased Labor Expenses

Visual AI systems offer faster and less expensive image analysis compared to human workers. Whereas a human laborer earning $25 per hour requires minutes to review a single image, a visual AI system can quickly analyze 1,000 images per dollar spent.

Assists Human Workers for Greater Accuracy

Some tasks, such as medical lab imagery analysis, may require a trained physician or medical technician for diagnostic purposes. In these cases, computer vision technology offers another pair of experienced “eyes” to aid in analysis. This additional layer of AI analysis helps trained physicians and medical lab technicians catch their errors for more accurate diagnostic results.  

Greater Accuracy for Repetitive Visual Tasks

The longer human workers attempt to focus on mundane visual tasks, the more they suffer from boredom and fatigue. This results in errors, mistakes, job dissatisfaction, poor performance, and higher turnover. In contrast, visual AI offers greater analytical accuracy than human workers because visual AI is not subject to burnout, lack of focus, or fatigue. 

Instant Scaling of Visual Task Completion

Chooch.AI customers benefit from the ability to instantly scale their cloud-based visual AI system. Concurrently running visual AI systems can achieve more work in less time. This eliminates the delays and expenses associated with hiring and training new workers when it’s time to scale operational processes.

Workplace Safety Improvements

Visual AI systems can monitor whether employees are using required safety equipment such as facemasks, eye protection, harnesses, gloves, and other items. Computer vision can also monitor for potential safety risks relating to traffic flow inefficiencies, slip-and-fall risks, construction site dangers, and office space density problems during pandemic conditions. 

Facial Recognition Means Greater Security

Visual AI facial recognition systems offer greater security to ensure that only authorized individuals are in the right places at the right times. These systems offer better security in medical facilities, construction sites, retail inventory stockrooms, offices, schools, government buildings, and other environments. 

Deploying Computer Vision

Our team has deep expertise in scoping, planning and developing computer vision projects for global scale. Our workflow includes:

  • Solutions Design
  • Rapid Training
  • Prototype Testing
  • Integration
  • Support & Growth

Once you have a look at the case studies, please get in touch to discuss how we can add radical efficiencies to your visual processes.