Far from eliminating roles and replacing workers, computer vision is empowering employees across the restaurant industry. Learn more.
Romanian Government Appoints AI-Powered ‘Advisor’
This week in AI and ML news: The Romanian government introduces an AI-powered “advisor,” Microsoft adds new conversational styles to its Bing chatbot, and more.
Cultivating Change: Human-Centric Computer Vision in Agriculture
Human-centric AI enables and empowers the workforce, augmenting their capabilities rather than automating them away. In agriculture, computer vision technology is powering enterprises into a new era.
Introducing Computer Vision for Ranching
The work done by AI-powered ranch vehicles comes down to more than automating key processes. When they’re armed with cutting-edge solutions like custom-built computer vision models, ranchers, farmers, and other agriculture industry players are able to act with greater agility with the insights necessary to independently innovate, build competitive advantages, and make more informed decisions.
Safety First: Computer Vision for Safer Workplaces
While high-risk industries like construction and manufacturing account for the majority of serious on-site incidents, each unique workplace presents possible perils to employees and customers that computer vision can help detect to avoid injuries and accidents.
What is the AI Bill of Rights Blueprint?
Back in October 2022, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) issued the Biden Administration’s Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights as a guide for equitable access and use of automated systems and artificial intelligence (AI).
Looking Back on 2022
This week in AI and ML news: Plainsight recaps the year and shares highlights from the blog.
Computer Vision for the Blue Economy
With enterprises largely agreeing that AI is key for addressing climate change, computer vision looks poised to offer deep insights into ocean ecosystems, the communities around them, and how they impact the planet at large. With models for tracking vulnerable aquatic populations, identifying ocean plastic and other waste, and more, computer vision is already proving vital to protecting all types of waterways and supporting innovation in marine industries.
Vision AI Is a Game-Changer On and Off the Field
The 2022 World Cup in Qatar has already proven a headline-grabbing event, with off-field controversies and on-field upsets attracting attention from all around the world. Politics and athletics aside, however, Qatar 2022 has also seen the debut of numerous game-changing technologies.
Black Friday 2022 Kicks Off the First Fully Omnichannel Holiday Shopping Season
Computer vision strategies are already being deployed to help retailers both improve customer engagement while also streamlining their operations. By automating certain functions and analyzing visual data to optimize everything from store layout to customer dwell time, vision AI strategies can be a boon for retailers as they navigate the new omnichannel shopping reality.
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