The Big Bang of Deep Learning
…it is the most exciting time in tech history, with software that can write its own software among the tools that make previously unsolvable problems now solvable. AI-driven intelligent video analytics can now achieve ‘super-human’ results. – Adam Scraba
Despite all the talk about artificial intelligence, only about 0.5 percent of all the data in the world has currently been analyzed or used, reported Kenneth Hune Peterson, CSMO at Milestone Systems.
Our open platform technology is the foundation for intelligent video systems and our partners have the expertise and infrastructure needed to reach the next frontier in intelligent video solutions. Together, we can provide unlimited solutions for our customers. – Bjørn Skou Eilertsen, Milestone Systems CTO
Deeper Integration and Broader Coverage
Expanding the Milestone community over the past year has included the addition of 1,000 new models of supported hardware devices; there are currently more than 7,000 models (that operate with XProtect video management software). Milestone is also pursuing broader coverage of installations through their partners, with integration of more functionality, and by deepening existing relationships with customers.
The focus at MIPS 2018 on AI included a presentation by Tanmay Bakshi, the “world’s youngest IBM coder” and TED Talk speaker, at 14 years old. He focused on security and healthcare as two disciplines where deep learning can potentially have a big impact.
Using deep learning with video is currently limited because so much video is unlabeled and unstructured. – Tanmay Bakshi
Still, projections are that there will be a billion cameras worldwide by 2020, providing an over-abundance of data that demands the use of deep learning to make sense of it all.
Read the full article ‘Intelligent Video Surveillance And Deep Learning Dominate MIPS 2018 Agenda‘ by Larry Anderson, Editor at SecurityInformed.com.