Publications2019-12-10T05:33:02+00:00

Case study: AI in 20 days

What is possible to achieve in an AI project without inital data within 20 days total effort?

Goal of the case study was to choose a highly representative scenario that can be applied to the majority of different use-cases. Therefore the requirements were:

  • No initial data
  • Small objects or long distance to the camera
  • Uncontrolled lighting conditions
  • Complex background
  • Dynamic scenes
  • Up to 50 m/s relative speed object to camera
  • Mobile setup
  • Maximum 30 watts power consumption
  • No cloud
  • Data from public space

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KI Lösungen Industrie

AI Industrialization

While all other prerequisites are fulfilled, today’s methods for data acquisition not just prevent a wide adoption, they also inhibit leveraging the full potential of AI. This article discusses a novel approach to the data problem that we consider a cornerstone for mass deployment.

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Position paper on AI, Ethics and Explainability

Evotegra GmbH joins the discussion with our compact 2-page position paper.

The questions discussed are:

  • What is an AI?
  • How does AI compare to current methods?
  • In what context can ethics and AI be seen?
  • Does AI by design have to follow ethical principles?
  • How AI and humans interact best to maintain ethical principles?

Futhermore the paper highligths the current problems in advance of AI in Germany and gives recommendations for the further discussion.

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Gutenberg Digital Hub

Deep Learning with Time-of-Flight Sensors

Deep Learning is becoming increasingly prevalent in image processing. In conjunction with Time-of-Flight (ToF) 3D sensor technology, higher recognition performance can be achieved compared to pure RGB images. The multi-ToF platform, which connects various sensors to a powerful hub, is the foundation for future AI camera solutions.

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AI in Depth

(02-07-2019) In cooperation with our partner Becom we just published our experience with Time of Flight (ToF) cameras in combination with Deep Learning in the well known InVision magazine. Depth adds more entropy compared to color in most use-cases and hence deep learning has the potential to achieve higher recognition rates compared to common RGB images. 3D sensors with synchronous images in combination with Deep Learning will play a major role in many industrie use-cases in the coming years.

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Gutenberg Digital Hub