Computer vision enables machines to recognize and identify objects on images and in videos as humans do, but with higher efficiency and better speed. Useful data can be extracted, captured and analyzed from image or video automatically. There are a lot of data formats to be processed, including casual images, videos or camera views, and even three-dimensional data.
It is possible to analyze faces in the pictures, using such attributes as age, gender and even pose and smile.
Emotions can be monitored too. Analyzing the faces in real-life situations one can detect the feelings of the clients.
The popularity of video content continues growing so manual monitoring becomes too resource-consuming. This is where computer vision comes in handy, allowing you to analyze the video in real-life situations.
Automated scanning and converting PDF files or even papers to editable data format now is easy as it can be.
Visual data processing now includes a real-time analysis and information extraction, not just detecting separate objects.
A solution that would connect the Big Data and SQL, thus helping companies better manage their data.