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Computer Vision: How Can Our Computers See and Make Sense Out of It?

Definition: Computer Vision is the field of computer science that helps the computers to gain high-level information from digital images and videos by analyzing them using various machine learning algorithms. From an engineering point of view, its main objective is to automate the human visual system and to lessen the human effort.

As a scientific discipline, computer vision is related to artificial systems. Computer vision image data can take many forms such as views from multiple cameras, multidimensional data…




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