Best in AI — January 2019
The best things we read in AI
Vintra’s monthly round-up of AI-related articles, blogs, videos, and papers we liked.
Imaging speed at the speed of light! Or, at 500k frame per second (still very impressive). Read the article here.
Hongwei Chen and colleagues at Tsinghua University in Beijing … have built a simple 3D imaging system that records movies at a frame rate of 500,000 frames per second. What’s more, they do it with a system that uses single pixels to record the images.… The new approach records light using single pixels produced with a completely different underlying technology that refreshes at a rate of 500,000 frames per second.
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Computer vision, IoT, and Smart Farming. Decision making on the edge (or in the field). Read the article here.
“Computer vision can look at the quality of the produce that that you’re growing, such as by looking for contaminants. The opportunity space is a perfect storm: increasing performance capabilities and cloud computing capabilities, decreasing cost of storage, and ubiquitous communication tools.”
Computer generated images of food from recipes. See the tasty results and read the article here.
Shazam for the sounds in your home. A gunshot? Glass breaking? A dog barking? Read the article here.
A software company called Sensory has developed an AI that can identify the sounds it hears and take action if needed. It says the technology, called TrulySecure Sound ID, is like “Shazam for sounds in the home.”
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