Powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning, computer vision can help digitally transform your business. Today, sophisticated computer vision AI models can learn to recognize a wide variety of faces, objects, concepts, and actions, just as well as—if not even better than—humans can. But…
Analyzing big data is crucial for organizations to make smarter data-driven decisions—but not all big data is created equally. It’s important to make the distinction between structured data and unstructured data:
The reasons for AI project failure are numerous, diverse, and complex. One of the biggest causes, however, is lacking the necessary technical skills—whether from in-house data scientists and machine learning engineers, or from a strong third-party computer vision consulting partner.
The global commercial drone market is projected to reach $34.5 billion by 2026, growing at an annual rate of 32 percent. As drones have become cheaper and more widely available to consumers, the amount of drone imagery is likewise exploding. So how can you possibly hope to analyze the vast amounts of information that drones are collecting every second? The answer lies in AI and computer vision for drones. Thanks to technological advances in recent years, computer vision models can equal or even exceed human performance on image classification and object detection tasks—within just a fraction of a second.
While construction has traditionally been a low-tech industry, more and more firms are seeing the benefits of adopting artificial intelligence and computer vision solutions. But what is the ROI of construction AI exactly, and how can computer vision help construction firms cut costs and increase their productivity and profits?
In this 30-minute podcast, Jonathan Westover of HCI interviews Michael Liou of Chooch AI on workplace safety with computer vision. “If you’re in a workplace, let’s say a warehouse and you want to demonstrate a culture of safety and compliance, and you can count how many times people wearing their hard hats and ensuring people were under safety vests and detecting any smoke or fire.” Listen now or read on.
Industrial and manufacturing are two of the most high-risk sectors for workers—but that doesn’t mean you can’t enact safeguards and protections for worker safety while on the job. By using AI to enforce compliance with all applicable environment, health, and safety (EHS) regulations, you’ll be much more likely to avoid accidents and the long-term complications they entail for both workers and their employers.
Mary Sheridan, Senior Manager for the Accelerate Health team here at HIMSS interviews Chooch AI CEO Emrah Gultekin about the work Chooch AI is doing with computer vision for healthcare . In this 15 minute podcast Gultekin explains that “in healthcare, you have lots of visual tasks. Whether it’s cell counting or whether it’s patient gestures, or maybe operating rooms where actions are happening. These are the kinds of things that we have used Chooch for and is being used in production in many, many different healthcare scenarios.”
In this recorded webinar with VANTIQ and Chooch AI, you will learn about how computer vision, a subset of artificial intelligence, will impact digital business transformation and smart applications that can be deployed on the edge. From fall detection to advanced fire alerts, computer vision is revolutionizing our ability to digitize camera streams and use that data to create “smart environments” in the physical world. Presented by Emrah Gultekin, Co-Founder and CEO of Chooch AI, Brett Rudenstein, Vice President Sales Engineering and Services at VANTIQ, Patrick Burma, Senior Solutions Engineer at VANTIQ and Tifani Templin, Partner Manager at Chooch AI.
The right technology can dramatically transform your business with radically higher ROI, and computer vision can indeed help you outcompete your rivals and better serve your customers. One of the first questions you should ask when adopting a new tool or platform is: what kind of return on investment can you expect? But in the case of computer vision, the answer may be even higher than you expect. According to Accenture, investments in artificial intelligence may boost organizations’ revenue by up to 30 percent over the next four years.