Despite (or perhaps because of) its integral role in our lives, we often take our vision for granted. Yet our brains devote 20-30 percent of their capacity to visual processing — ranking sight amongst the most complex intelligence system on Earth. It’s no surprise, then, that we’ve seen numerous efforts in the past decade to replicate the incredible power of vision via the omnipresent supercomputers in our lives.

The result of these massive efforts is leading to the next technology revolution: computer vision will be the single most disruptive technology for consumer life over the next 10 years. First tested by the American military in the 1950s, the technology holds incredible potential for use across a variety of fields. And with more devices than ever before already equipped with cameras inside, developers today can leverage existing hardware infrastructures for relatively quick and inexpensive implementation of advanced AI capabilities.
Because of its enormous potential, we can expect to see widespread computer vision deployment to a massive array of industries over the next decade, such as aviation, healthcare, auto, retail, entertainment, gaming, finance and more. With the ubiquity of computerized devices today, the transformation is already beginning — but the possibilities for the future are seemingly endless.

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