Computer Vision, also known as CV, is the field of study that tries to develop techniques to help computers “see” and interpret the content of digital images such as photographs and videos.
Some industries that use computer vision are:
Medical: Systems examine MRIs, and X-rays in order to detect any abnormalities in the imagery that a medical professional might have missed.
Retail: Self-checkout, and detecting out of stock shelves.
Insurance: Companies use computer vision to conduct more thorough and consistent vehicle damage assessments. This allows for a reduction in fraud as well as streamlining the claims process. In turn, this decreases costs, which get passed to the consumer
Government: Systems can detect safety issues such as contraband in cargo, or illegal items transferred through airports. Further drones and satellites can use CV to detect abnormal patterns that can increase homeland security.
Moreover, in this category you will find a number of resources that expand on the use of CV and how it continues to progress and help humans.
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