How does it work? | Computer vision
As an independent discipline computer vision originated in the early 50-ies of the last century. In 1951 John von Neumann proposed to analyze microsemi using computers by comparing the brightness of adjacent parts of the image. In 60-ies began research in the field of pattern recognition, machine and handwriting. Then they made the first attempts at modeling the neural network. The first device is able to recognize letters, was the development of Frank Rosenblatt, the perceptron. And in the 70’s, scientists began to study the human visual system, with the aim of formalization and implementation in the algorithms. This approach was intended to allow recognition of objects in images. How does modern computer vision about this in the news today.