Alexandre Winter, director of computer vision, Arlo/Netgear. Images: Caroline Sinno Photography LLC

Vision AI and ‘sense-able’ autonomy

What’s the biggest hurdle faced by vision artificial intelligence? And what do advances in computer vision mean for self-driving cars and surveillance? Luc Vincent from Lyft and Alexandre Winter from Arlo/Netgear lay out the landscape of vision AI in the next 12–24 months

Future Labs
Dec 20, 2018 · 5 min read

The challenges with computer vision

Instrumentalizing environments to make sense of them

Alexandre Winter, director of computer vision, Arlo/Netgear

Giving cars sight for a self-driving future

Luc Vincent, VP of autonomous technology, Lyft

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