Optical Character Recognition (OCR) solutions are often available at low cost or even for free. Though, it is worth asking if investing in OCR technology for recognition software is the right choice for you. The answer will depend on the purpose of your business. For this reason, it is important to consider what OCR can do to help your business operations and what your business itself needs to make the most out of Optical Character Recognition (OCR).
The parking systems using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) can measure the vehicle occupancy in a parking lot to provide real-time space prediction.
Want to get paid faster and reduce costs? Thousands of businesses that use Invoice Parsing to quickly, easily and automatically get prices for their invoices and expenses, eliminating the need for time consuming and expensive manual price checking.
Facial recognition technology is being used in retail for personalized shopping experiences. Retailers can use facial recognition to identify clients, analyze their preferences and deliver targeted campaigns.
Explore the latest trends in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Learn about emerging solutions, evolving verticals, top players, key trends, and strategic implications.
Artificial intelligence is making businesses smarter, better and faster by automating everyday tasks at the workplace. AI has the potential to transform organizations into data-driven, leaner, efficient businesses.
In a world where we can unlock our iPhones with a glance and buy songs with an upward head nod, is there a next technology that could cause a rift between our privacy and security? Yes! Face Recognition is becoming more frequently used as a security system for everything from public restrooms to high-end cars. However, it may have consequences for those who aren’t aware of its presence.
Safety is a top priority for everyone involved in the construction industry. Every year, falls cause thousands of fatalities and injuries. The construction industry, a significant portion of which is made up of contractors and subcontractors, depends on a varied supply chain that is vulnerable to error.
In this article, we will show you Computer Vision Solutions for Construction Safety.
Automated Visual Inspection (AVI): how it works, use-cases, and why you definitely need it as a final step of manufacturing
Every product manufacturer faces the challenge of ensuring the quality of its products at production sites. Especially small to medium size manufacturers often run their quality assurance process manually which consumes excessive time and resources. Here comes automated visual inspection, which is designed by AI to automate this step.
Wondering what the differences are between face recognition and face verification? This blog highlights the differences, explores the differences in algorithms used to perform this process and offers insight into how these technologies can be used in different applications.