Smart glass recognizes images without sensors, circuits or power source

Image recognition is ubiquitous these days, but to perform this near-magic feat, it needs a lot of clever, coordinated bits - lenses, sensors, software, microchips and a power-source to run it all. Seems logical enough, but a team of engineers has done away with all that and come up with an unassuming panel of glass which recognizes images passively, without sensors, chips or even a power-source. .. Continue Reading Smart glass recognizes images without sensors, circuits or power source Category: Science Tags: Facial Recognition Machine Learning Neural Network Object Recognition University of Wisconsin

Smart glass recognizes images without sensors, circuits or power source

Image recognition is ubiquitous these days, but to perform this near-magic feat, it needs a lot of clever, coordinated bits - lenses, sensors, software, microchips and a power-source ...

Thu 11 Jul 19 from Gizmag

AI made from a sheet of glass can recognise numbers just by looking

A sheet of glass can distinguish between drawings of 0 to 9, because light waves reflected off the images are bent differently as they pass through the glass

Mon 8 Jul 19 from Newscientist

‘Smart’ glass recognizes numbers without the need for sensors or even electrical power

Scientists have devised a novel system that can recognize visual objects by bending light.

Mon 8 Jul 19 from ZME Science

Simple 'smart' glass can tell images apart without needing power

Engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have published details of their proof-of-concept research that can differentiate between lit up numeric figures from 1 to 9.

Mon 8 Jul 19 from Daily Mail

Nanophotonic structures enable artificial vision

Fri 12 Jul 19 from Physicsworld Blog

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