Detecting Faces (Viola Jones Algorithm) - ComputerphileJan 02, 2022
featured on a 700 megahertz Pentium 3 and ran at 15 frames per second, which was totally unheard of at the time. Face detection was kind of offline, you know, it was fine at the time. So this is a really cool
algorithmand it's so effective that you still see it used on, you know, your camera phone and this camera and so on, when you just get a little bounding box around the face and this is still really useful because you could be doing deep learning on something like facial recognition, facial identification, something like this. But part of that process is figuring out where the face is in the first place, and why reinvent the wheel when this technique works really well.
You can't really get into the data center. necessarily and take out all the chips you've put there So you'll probably make the chips look like they're meant to be there like they're something else or hide them That's how you build a modern printed circuit board. It is a printed circuit board that has several layers of fiberglass.
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