The Internet of Things endows the smart cameras with Artificial Intelligence (AI) to perceive the engines what they see.
As Wired informs, the use of AI technologies in a camera can provide several interesting services, such as confirming that a person has reached its destination, or that someone in charge of a project has done it. In any case, however, such technology raises enough concern, mainly on the issue of ensuring citizens’ privacy.
Qualcomm has introduced a new dual-lens gadget and a dedicated processor that allows cameras to analyze the images they receive. All this can be done without the need to connect to a Cloud service, or a server. Under test conditions, Qualcomm’s creator was able to achieve identification of individuals as well as the right tracking of packages to deliver products.
Wired reports several cases of Smart Artificial Intelligence cameras for automated tracking purposes that testify that the smart camera market is emerging and is of interest to many players from both the software and hardware domains.
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