Over the past decade, computers using deep neural networks have been able to approach—if not exceed—human performance at object recognition tasks. In 2015, the PReLU-Net deep network became the first computer model to surpass human accuracy on the ImageNet 2012 dataset, with 4.94 percent error compared with humans’ 5.1 percent.
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An AI (artificial intelligence) model is a program that has been trained on a set of data (called the training set) to recognize certain types of patterns. AI models use various types of algorithms to reason over and learn from this data, with the overarching goal of solving business problems. There are many different fields that use AI models with different levels of complexity and purposes, including computer vision, robotics, and natural language processing.
Chooch AI is a visual AI platform that can process real-time images and extract relevant metadata. Emrah Gultekin CEO and founder of Chooch AI explains how their solution solves a fundamental problem in Visual AI, the ability to acquire visual expertise in a structured way similar to human knowledge. Originally published by IT Chronicles.
Carl Lewis host of The Connected Enterprise Podcast, an exploration of the stories of market leading businesses and how they connect and collaborate in the digital economy. In this episode, Cark interviews Emrah Gultekin, CEO of Chooch. Originally published on Vision 33, you can read the transcript below or Listen to the Vision 33 Podcast
Chooch AI has created a suite of AI solutions with its visual artificial intelligence platform to detect lung injury, coughs, masks and fevers.
Healthcare providers are increasingly challenged as they are tasked with doing more, faster, especially in times of crisis. Now, the confluence of GPUs and AI has generated a solution to meet these challenges. Video streams connected to Chooch AI on the NVIDIA Jetson platform can act as eyes, alongside microphones that can act as AI-enabled ears thanks to the NVIDIA Clara Guardian platform. The benefits include improved public safety, better patient care, and more operational efficiency at healthcare facilities.
Practitioners, public health officials, and healthcare administrators are making resource capacity decisions that directly affect patient outcomes, while the Covid-19 outbreak has strained our healthcare infrastructure and supply chain.
“We’re gonna go pro-AI now. And, when we think about it, you know, we’ve been talking about all the status security, erasing the data, but what happens when your car is stolen, your child is kidnapped. Now, all of a sudden, artificial intelligence comes in handy. Right? It’s a catch 22, it’s a yin and yang of the world that we’re gonna have to figure out. We’re lucky we have Emrah on the phone with us right now. He’s the co-founder and CEO of Chooch Technologies and let me give you a quick synapsis before he’s on to explain it himself. This is computer vision that processes any visual data — microscopic to satellite, the CCTVs to medical imaging, drones, etc. And we’re really lucky to have him. I know he’s a really busy guy so let’s get right to it.”