Articles by tag: computer vision

Transform Self-Service E-Commerce with iPickup Point That Redefines Convenience and Security

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In the bustling world of e-commerce, the efficiency and security of package pickups, drop-offs, and returns are crucial. The launch of iPickup Point self-service e-commerce centers introduces a groundbreaking approach aimed at enhancing this aspect of online shopping. This video explores the advanced technology behind iPickup Point, which integrates artificial intelligence, computer vision, tagless […]

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Healthcare
Improving Patient Safety Through Non-Invasive Sensing Platforms for Hospitals

Patient safety is one of any healthcare institution’s primary concerns and goals. In a surgical setting, it’s paramount. Training and maintaining a well-trained staff are often challenging in healthcare, and an understaffed hospital could impact patient safety. Despite all precautions and best efforts, preventable medical errors during or after surgery occur at an estimated 4,000 […]

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Software & Technology
Advancements in Computer Vision Annotation

With the increase requirement to deliver new innovative AI cases in various industries, software engineers are discovering new ways to deal with the vast amounts of application and device data. The Computer Vision Annotation Tool (CVAT) is a tool that allows for better analysis and processing of annotation data. Intel IOT/ML Senior Software Engineer Neethu […]

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Software & Technology
How Vision Checkout Can Drive Higher Levels of Customer Satisfaction

The retail industry always sees a multitude of changes thanks to customer demands and needs, as well as technological advances that have improved how people shop. During the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, there was a huge shift to online shopping. But with lockdowns over in most places, there’s been another shift. Retailers routinely […]

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Optimising the Future
Improving AI Camera Technology

Artificial intelligence is integrating into our daily lives more each day. Robot-assisted surgeries, detecting fraud, and administrative workflow are just a few examples. Mike Philpott, Partner Sales Development Manager at Intel, and Natalia Simanovsky, Head of Partnerships at CVEDIA, discussed AI applications and the two companies’ partnership. Among businesses hoping to use AI, there […]

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2022 Retail Refined
Why Retailers are Using Computer Vision to Help Customers Find the Perfect Shoe

Currently, the customer journey for shoe shopping is quite involved and tedious. Consumers shop for shoes, read reviews and shoe sizing graphs, maybe even go in store to try shoes on, and often buy multiple pairs in various sizes. Sometimes they even buy the same product in different sizes — only to ultimately return […]

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Healthcare
Providing Real-Time Feedback for Virtual Health

In this new episode of I Don’t Care, host Kevin Stevenson sits down with Mike Telem, the Co-Founder of Kemtai, a groundbreaking computer vision platform, to discuss their unique approach to telemedicine. Founded in 2019, the Israeli-based company has been utilizing technology in healthcare even before the Covid-19 pandemic began. “We’ve developed a computer […]

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Women's empowerment
Seizing the Narrative: The Transformative Impact of Storytelling on Women’s Empowerment
April 19, 2024

With gender equality becoming a significant global agenda, the narrative around women’s empowerment is more relevant than ever. Amid rising awareness and shifting societal norms, women are increasingly seeking avenues for self-expression and empowerment. A recent study by the Global Gender Gap Report highlights that while progress is being made, substantial efforts are still […]

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V2G technology
Plug into the Future: Decoding V2G for Utility Applications
April 19, 2024

Brian Rudy from Verizon IoT and Melissa Chan of Fermata Energy explore the cutting-edge potential of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology at DISTRIBUTECH 2024. Their discussion highlights how this innovation transforms electric vehicles into dynamic energy storage units, capable of stabilizing the grid by storing and discharging power as needed. This technology represents a significant shift […]

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zero trust architecture
Secure Grid Modernization with Zero Trust Architecture
April 19, 2024

Ray Bauer of Verizon Business engages with Del Rodriguez from Palo Alto Networks at DISTRIBUTECH 2024. Rodriguez shares insights into the significance of cybersecurity within the utility sector, particularly in light of increasing cyber threats and the convergence of IT and operational technology (OT). Bauer and Rodriguez discuss Palo Alto Networks’ initiatives to enhance […]

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private wireless networks
Private Wireless Networks
April 19, 2024

Verizon host Wayne Weeks discusses the evolving utility industry with John Gaster, CEO of KSI Data Sciences at DISTRIBUTECH 2024. Together, they explore how KSI focuses on harnessing data from remote sensing devices to enhance the safety, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness of utility operations. Gaster emphasizes the significant role of AI and machine learning in […]

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Other Articles
Part 1: Quality Control in Delivery Only Ghost Kitchens Utilizing AI and Computer Vision
September 27, 2021

“There is a need to have a safe, predictable, and stable food supply chain,” Jain said. “Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and data analytics can play a big role in creating these safe, predictable, and sustainable food supply chains.” On this first part of a two-part episode of To the Edge and Beyond by Intel […]

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AI and Computer Vision Are Reshaping the Last Mile
May 18, 2021

On Spatial Perspectives, host Dan Cui will have a one-on-one dialog with innovators and thought leaders in the growing Spatial Reality, or Spatial Computing, market. Cui will invite guests who can discuss the real world use cases of the technology and how it could benefit mankind while exploring any drawbacks and how they might be mitigated.   Wireless location […]

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The Importance of Edge Computing Solutions for the Retail, Banking, Hospitality and Education Markets
March 25, 2021

There are two sides to every story, and there are two sides to edge computing – infrastructure edge and a device edge. Infrastructure is the edge hardware that ranges from light to medium and heavy edge products. This hardware consolidates multiple workloads on-premise. Infrastructure edge hardware solutions are the sandlot Amy Leeland plays in. […]

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Applying AI and Computer Vision Technology to Improve Student Engagement and Learning Outcomes
February 25, 2021

It is undeniable that the impact of the pandemic on students, teachers and administrators has been swift and dramatic. Remote learning became a necessity overnight, and technology has become the key to success for the education industry. Host Daniel Litwin was joined by Mark Frost, Visual Collaboration Marketing Manager for Intel’s Internet of Things Group, […]

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Solving Retail Challenges with Computer Vision
February 2, 2021

Designed for retail leaders and lovers alike, Retail Refined explores the in-store technology of the future, challenges the industry’s preconceived notions, and brings together retail’s biggest names to understand the brand strategies that will define the next decade in retail.   Customer experience, inventory control, and interactions are all challenges for retailers. The pandemic only exasperated them; […]

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Elevating Contactless Payment with AI and Computer Vision
October 22, 2020

Sports fans know the feeling well. It’d be great to have another drink, but everyone else has the same idea. And if you go during the action, you’ll miss something important. What if the cashier was rolling through more than two transactions a minute? What if, in this era in which other humans […]

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