AI in machine vision panel discussion

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Neural networks hold the potential to revolutionise factory automation. But when should you use them, and how do you get the best out of them for building machine vision systems? We gathered a panel of experts to discuss the latest advances in neural network-based approaches to vision applications, and to give advice on what engineers should focus on to develop a successful AI vision project.


The panellists are:

  • Petra Thanner, senior research engineer, Austrian Institute of Technology
  • Olaf Munkelt, managing director, MVTec Software
  • Vassilis Tsagaris, CEO, Irida Labs
  • Quenton Hall, AI system architect, Xilinx
  • Moderator: Warren Clark, publisher, Europa Science

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