5 Ways Computer Vision Is Giving the Fashion Industry a MakeoverComputer Vision
Computer Vision to ID the Who and the What in Adult VideosInternational Business Times
NSFW adult entertainment aggregator Pornhub is applying computer vision to help tag everything from actors to specific sex acts in its pro and amateur videos. The site gets more than 10,000 clips uploaded by users every day, and this new initiative will certainly make it easier for viewers to find what they are looking for, whether the people in the videos want to be found or not.
Fishy Facial Recognition at Airport SecurityThe National
Security areas at Dubai International Airport are about to become fun thanks to computer vision. The airport is installing virtual aquarium tunnels featuring video footage of fish swimming all around travelers. The entertainment will draw travelers’ eyes all over the screen, enabling the 80 cameras embedded in those screens to properly scan their faces, and, eventually, look for explosives or other dangerous materials.
About Face: New App Turns 2D Selfies Into 3DTrend in Tech
Researchers at the University of Nottingham used a convolutional neural network (CNN) to create an app that turns 2D selfies into 3D. The network was trained on 80,000 2D and 3D facial images, which allowed it to apply facial geometry to otherwise flat portraits. The best thing about it? No glasses required.
Really Just for You DeliveryDigital Trends
Addresses and “we missed you” delivery slips will soon be a thing of the past if the DelivAir concept ever sees the light of day. This proposed drone delivery service uses your phone to find out where in the world you exactly are, then delivers your package directly to you after it verifies your identity via facial recognition and a QR code sent to your smartphone.