Deep learning for vision processing: Google’s perspective

In a column published two months ago, I discussed the compelling potential and increasingly proven reality of convolutional neural networks and other deep learning techniques for solving a variety of longstanding computer vision challenges. And in a column published two weeks ago, I mentioned that I’d be in attendance that same week at my organization’s Embedded Vision Summit, along with pointing you to past events’ presentations on deep learning and other computer vision topics. [Native Advertisement] At the Summit, I gained yet another perspective on deep learning, thanks to a keynote from Google Senior Fellow Jeff Dean, entitled “Large-Scale Deep Learning for Building Intelligent Computer Systems.” Here’s a preview, straight from the Alliance’s YouTube channel: As background, over the past few years, Google has built two generations of…


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