The future of computer vision

Within 20 years, computer vision will be a commodity component within the fabric of the worldwide analytics infrastructure, similar to the telecommunications infrastructure of today, containing distributed analytics and databases services. Application-specific analytics and intelligence will be added to all devices by default within the Internet of All Things (IoAT), including visual, audio, textual, numerical and sensor analytics. A few new Neural Computing (NC) architectures will be standardized in silicon, applicable to all forms of data. [Native Advertisement] Major government and corporate initiatives are currently underway, similar to the space race, to create artificial brains which will contribute to the NC of the future. Future systems will contain application-specific mixtures of NCs, CPUs, GPUs, sensor processors, and IO. The underlying technology will be a near zero-cost commodity, and the revenue…

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