Computer Science Field Guide: Computer Vision

Computer Vision
The idea of a computer being able to see is no longer science fiction. There are good methods available for recognising
where a face is in an image, or even who it might be. Recognising where abjects are in a scene makes it possible to navigate vehicles without
bumping into anything. That’s especially important for things like
wheelchairs, robots or even a self-driving car. Analysing objects enables a system
to detect interesting features, such as the quality of fruit being packed. Or even a tumour in a medical scan. In this chapter, you’ll look at Computer Vision
methods for things like: finding the edges around objects; recognising faces; recognising characters; and tracking objects moving through a scene. Computer Vision

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