Computer vision is AI's killer app for many personal devices. Technology product managers must enable differentiation and personalization in usage experiences across many personal devices by integrating CV technologies in the next two years.
- Democratization of Computer Vision: AI-Enabled CV Adoption in Devices Is Driven by Processor, Framework and Tool Enhancements
- Computer Vision Enhances the Ability to Interact Between Digital and Physical Worlds for Business Users and Consumers
- Computer Vision Applications for Personal Devices Are Expanding
- Smartphones: CV Creates Differentiation Opportunities With New Intelligent Capabilities
- HMDs: Immersive Experiences Will Be Enriched With CV
- Personal Robots: CV Is an Essential Addition to Other Sensory Data
- Multimodal VPA Speakers: Growing Consumer and Enterprise Use Cases
- Drones: CV Boosts Both Commercial and Personal Use Cases
- Connected Home Devices: CV Can Help "Understand" User Presence
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