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January 28 2014

Four short links: 28 January 2014

  1. Intel On-Device Voice Recognition (Quartz) — interesting because the tension between client-side and server-side functionality is still alive and well. Features migrate from core to edge and back again as cycles, data, algorithms, and responsiveness expectations change.
  2. Meet Microsoft’s Personal Assistant (Bloomberg) — total information awareness assistant. By Seeing, Hearing, and Knowing All, in the future even elevators will be trying to read our minds. (via The Next Web)
  3. Microsoft Contributes Cloud Server Designs to Open Compute ProjectAs part of this effort, Microsoft Open Technologies Inc. is open sourcing the software code we created for the management of hardware operations, such as server diagnostics, power supply and fan control. We would like to help build an open source software community within OCP as well. (via Data Center Knowledge)
  4. Open Tissue Wiki — open source (ZLib license) generic algorithms and data structures for rapid development of interactive modeling and simulation.

May 31 2012

Using Python for Computer Vision

Python is a tremendous asset when you're trying to classify images, track changes in scenes, search for items within images, implement augmented reality, or do the myriad other things that fall under the umbrella of Computer Vision. In this interview, Jan Erik Solem, author of the upcoming book "Programming Computer Vision with Python," describes the uses for some common operations, and choices programmers have.

Highlights from the full video interview include:

  • The value of Python in computer vision [Discussed at the 0:24 mark]
  • Searching for images within images [Discussed at the 2:13 mark]
  • Clustering or grouping images [Discussed at the 3:22 mark]
  • Constructing a 3D scene from images [Discussed at the 6:11 mark]
  • Modeling and calibrating a camera [Discussed at the 7:22 mark]

You can view the entire conversation in the following video:

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