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Audio: Will AI Video Analytics Add ‘Real Intelligence’ to Video Surveillance?

Here is the Audio Stream & Video from our 8th Free Webinar in the 2018 Smart Buildings Series.

Will AI Video Analytics Add ‘Real Intelligence’ to Video Surveillance? Memoori Talked to Carter Maslan, Founder & CEO of Camio about the possibility of Video Analytics finally moving beyond what has been achieved through conventional rule based systems.

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In this Q&A Session, We Discussed;
*Video analytics has eaten a few free lunches over the last 15 years. Whilst it has certainly added some value to video installations, there has been much debate about exactly ‘how intelligent’ the technology really is and whether it provides satisfactory ROI. But in 2018, there is now a growing belief that video analytics could finally move beyond what has been achieved through conventional rule based systems.
* GPU chip manufacturers like Nvidia have found that these semiconductor architectures can deliver much better performance for AI chip applications. This initiative has come from relatively smaller manufacturers that are now developing AI chips and analytic software products. Indeed the venture capital industry are now busy pouring billions of dollars into financing these companies.
* Video Surveillance systems generate vast amounts of useful data but sadly most it is not being utilized. So there is huge potential to maximize the value of this data by converting it from “dumb to actionable”. The material is already out there just waiting to be mined.

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