|written 4.3 years ago by||modified 17 months ago by|
|written 4.3 years ago by|
3. Videos Surveillance
Imagine a single person monitoring multiple video cameras! Certainly, a difficult job to do and boring as well. This is why the idea of training computers to do this job makes sense.
The video surveillance system nowadays are powered by AI that makes it possible to detect crime before they happen. They track unusual behaviour of people like standing motionless for a long time, stumbling, or napping on benches etc. The system can thus give an alert to human attendants, which can ultimately help to avoid mishaps. And when such activities are reported and counted to be true, they help to improve the surveillance services. This happens with machine learning doing its job at the backend.
4. Social Media Services
From personalizing your news feed to better ads targeting, social media platforms are utilizing machine learning for their own and user benefits. Here are a few examples that you must be noticing, using, and loving in your social media accounts, without realizing that these wonderful features are nothing but the applications of ML.
People we May Know: Machine learning works on a simple concept: understanding with experiences. Facebook continuously notices the friends that we connect with, the profiles that we visit very often, our interests, workplace, or a group that we share with someone etc. On the basis of continuous learning, a list of Facebook users are suggested that we can become friends with.
Face Recognition: we upload a picture of you with a friend and Facebook instantly recognizes that friend. Facebook checks the poses and projections in the picture, notice the unique features, and then match them with the people in our friend list. The entire process at the backend is complicated and takes care of the precision factor but seems to be a simple application of ML at the front end.
Similar Pins: Machine learning is the core element of Computer Vision, which is a technique to extract useful information from images and videos. Pinterest uses computer vision to identify the objects (or pins) in the images and recommend similar pins accordingly.