machinelearning

Computer Vision and Tesla Hardware

Over the past few years, computer vision has excelled in popularity due to its machine learning capabilities. We are just now starting to scrape the surface of it’s potential and as hardware and chips advance so do the capabilities of AI and computer recognition.

This Tesla Full Self-Driving Hardware video gives a great view of one of the essential use cases of this technology and its amazing possibilities. Note the speed and distance of some of the objects it is still able to recognize as it progresses, truly amazing.

I’m creating a computer vision documentation center filled with research and prototypes I have created the past few years that will hopefully educate and spark interest from others interested in the space. https://davidbanthony.com/experiments-list/2018/8/6/code-computer-vision

Image displaying an autonomous retail computer vision prototype I designed and coded.

Image displaying an autonomous retail computer vision prototype I designed and coded.


Data Sculptures through machine learning algorithms

This is truly amazing work. It’s also scary if you look at this through a different lens. The lens of the human looking at the living machine. Artist Refik Anadol employed machine learning algorithms to search and sort relations among 1,700,000 documents. Interactions of the multidimensional data found in the archives are, in turn, translated into an immersive media installation. More at http://refikanadol.com/