The 'DeepLens' AI Camera is the design work of Intel and Amazon Web Services, and has been created as a piece of equipment to perform deep learning capabilities by developers. The new camera was shown off at the re:Invent conference in Las Vegas and could be incorporated into the smart home framework as a means of making systems able to perform more accurate duties. This includes recognizing specific people and objects within the household, which could come in hand when it comes to more accurately monitoring.
The 'DeepLens' AI Camera is packed with an Intel Atom X5 processor that is supported by embedded graphics, which is utilized by the Intel-Optimizes deep learning software. As the need for more complex solutions for the smart home increase, we'll likely see new devices like this one being introduced more rapidly.
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