Executive Perspective Presentation: Vision for All?
So, you’ve decided to incorporate visual intelligence into your device or application. Will you need a team of computer vision PhDs working for years? Or will it simply be a matter of choosing the right off-the-shelf frameworks, modules and tools? The palette of available off-the-shelf computer vision software and algorithm resources is advancing fast. As a result, for some types of vision capabilities, it’s increasingly practical for software developers who aren’t vision specialists to add vision capabilities to their products. At the same time, there remain many use cases where development “from scratch” is required. In this talk, Jeff will share his perspective on the state of vision software development today, where it’s heading, and the key opportunities and challenges in this realm for both novices and experts.
Jeff McVeigh is vice president in the Software and Services Group and general manager of visual computing products at Intel Corporation. His two-decade career at Intel has spanned research, product development and business creation, with the common thread of enabling exceptional visual computing experiences for Intel customers. Jeff received a Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and has been issued more than 20 patents, primarily in the field of video compression and processing.