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Computer Vision for Sports Events - A Conversation with alwaysAI user Leonardo Cohen, Managing Partner of Editek

We recently caught up with one of our talented users, Leonardo Cohen. He is the founder and Managing Partner of Editek. Editek is a consulting company that does IT & Technology projects and Information and Knowledge Management for corporate and sports events. Editek was founded in Portugal in 1993 and moved its operations to the United States in 2003. Editek has an extensive portfolio of projects delivered in more than 10 countries across the creative, corporate, and sports markets. The...

How a teacher and his students are using robotics & alwaysAI to help with COVID-19.



Create Your Own Contraband Detector

Many people are now working or learning from home, introducing the new issue of enforcing professionalism and academic honesty by remote. Whether you are trying to prevent students from cheating on tests, want to double check that your kids aren’t just playing on their phones, or maybe you want to stop yourself from checking social media while you’re supposed to be working, computer vision can help. In this tutorial, I’ll show how you can create your own contraband object alert system using...

How to Quickly Create and Run a Vehicle Counting Computer Vision App

In this guide, we’ll make an app that can count vehicles in real-time utilizing object counting, a technique used in computer vision that combines object detection and object tracking. Our final computer vision application will tell us how many objects of a specific kind are currently being detected in a video stream.

Seafloor Systems Dives Deep into Computer Vision with alwaysAI

During the 2020s, artificial intelligence (AI), robotics and machine learning will transform the marine industry. New developments with autonomous underwater vehicles will require processing huge amounts of data, propelling AI advancements. Seafloor Systems, Inc. is diving right in.

6 Industries Computer Vision Will Change: Use Cases from Hackathons

Imagine how the world would change if we could easily extend the functions of our visual cortex to machines. Computer Vision (CV) has provided us with immense opportunities to build systems and machines that can change the world. We took our CV platform, alwaysAI, to hackathons at top universities in California: University of San Diego, University of Southern California, and Stanford University. With less than 48 hours to complete their projects, students delivered phenomenal projects using...