It should be noted that the term "computer vision" is sometimes used interchangeably with "machine vision". While the two phrases refer to similar concepts, "computer vision" is the umbrella term that covers how computers extract information from pictures and videos; "machine vision" is more focused on how the machines used in industry or production put "computer vision" into practice in applications such as process control and automatic inspection.
Other computer vision-related case studies include a North American logistics giant, which purchased a customized GIGABYTE server powered by the MD50-LS0 Server Motherboard to automatically read addresses and sort packages in its smart distribution center; and various elementary schools in New Taipei, which deployed GIGABYTE's AI-based facial recognition solutions in libraries to help students check out books without library cards.
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