Security and surveillance are incomplete without an intelligent system like Uncanny Vision in the days to come. There has been a lot of interest in this field and a multitude of applications are being developed to bring machines to a point of understanding intentions and act in unison with the biological world.
Predictability and machine learning are helping self-driven cars navigate and judge events on the road in real time. Streets could have night-vision-equipped cameras for pointing out crime and eventually eradicating such events.
In a hospital this system could monitor movement of a patient who needs long hours of observation and may need medical attention at will.
Uncanny Vision is more than a vision and can learn more than it can see. It is like having an eye at the back of the head with a mind of its own. Uncanny Vision provides surveillance solutions on a monthly subscription basis, depending on customer requirements. With availability of more data and fine tuning of convolutional neural network models, accuracy of artificial intelligence systems is expected to improve over time.
Shanosh Kumar is technology journalist at EFY. He is BCA from Bangalore University and MBA from Christ University, Bengaluru