The answer: rounds and rectangles.
If you have only seen one or the other of these shapes, don't worry, there's no need to run to your eye doctor! The human eye is a powerful instrument: it constantly readjusts its focus, stabilises movements, selects shapes and colours and fills in blind spots. Our brain constantly reworks the information it receives from its friendly eye sensor. The result: stable, sharp and continuous images but, ultimately, an altered perception of the world. You guessed it, the human eye misses certain details. Sometimes this helps us, sometimes it misleads us. What if artificial intelligence could help humans see better?
In this Roberta, we explore computer vision, the field of AI that enables machines to see. Discover concrete applications of this AI discipline through :
The 1st use case of our special series on China, based on our computer vision AI solutions
An interview with Nor-Eddine Regnard, co-founder of Gleamer, which uses computer vision for radiological diagnostics
A new episode of our Roberta Podcast: Ada Lovelace, the first programmer
Arnaud Guérin & Renaud Allioux, co-founders of Preligens