Bringing computer vision to Windows

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Brad Weed: Last week, Steve Lohr of the New York Times explored the evolving landscape of computer vision. Steve notes that computer vision – which broadly includes robotics, object detection and recognition, sequencing, as well as modeling and object interaction – is moving into the mainstream; what would have required a super computer just a decade ago is now possible on common computers of all types. At Microsoft, we believe in the judicious use of these technologies as one way Windows helps you be more creative in how you find and organize your media…

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