AI CAMERA in AI VEHICLES
Scientists of Stanford developed an artificial camera that can recognize objects faster than others, according to them it can help autonomous vehicles for better navigation, according to them, the computers teach themselves to recognise objects like a dog, a pedestrian crossing the street or a stopped car.
“We’ve outsourced some of the math of artificial intelligence into the optics,” said Julie Chang, a graduate student at Stanford.
“Millions of calculations are circumvented and it all happens at the speed of light,” said Gordon Wetzstein, an assistant professor at Stanford.
“Some future version of our system would be especially useful in rapid decision-making applications, like autonomous vehicles,” Wetzstein said.