The Future of Computer Vision with AI Pioneer Senseye

August 10, 2020

The Future of Computer Vision with AI Pioneer Senseye

August 10, 2020

The Future of Computer Vision with AI Pioneer Senseye

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Senseye uses detailed information from the eye to extract neurophysiological insights and make them accessible to software applications. Photo Credit: Senseye, Inc.

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The video files are transformed into chunks of three-dimensional arrays and fed through several custom PyTorch models with more traditional analytic computer vision techniques to compute features, which are eventually used in downstream machine learning algorithms.

PyTorch is an open source machine learning library. Photo Credit: Pytorch.org

NVIDIA Titan RTX GPU costs $2,500 for on-premise use. Photo Credit: Nvidia.com

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The on-premise GPU machine had processed 70% of its first video in 1 hour. In contrast, 90 videos were processed in Saturn within an hour. That is 120x faster.

Mind the time orders of magnitude…

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By Sebastian Metti
Posted in Blog | August 10, 2020