Neural Nets and then what...

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Neural Networks was not much of a project, so I'll be moving onto a new project.  Probably a GUI or IPv6 or USB.

What would be the most beneficial for an Embedded CV.

 

Wm.

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I’d be thinking most companies aren’t going to write their own rtos, gui framework, usb or networking stack - they’ve all been done and there’s probably not much room for innovation here. If I were hiring, I’d want someone with solid skills in the forementioned and excellent debugging skills. The recent adds over here seem to want c/c++ and embedded linux with kernel driver experience. Machine vision/AI also seems to be an emerging requirement.

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Thanks Kartman

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CV buzzword bingo is a fun game. You know, I can follow Linux code more than ever now that I have dug into C, I should have done that years and years ago.

my projects: https://github.com/epccs

Debugging is harder than programming - don’t write code you can’t debug! https://www.avrfreaks.net/forum/help-it-doesnt-work

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Machine vision/AI also seems to be an emerging requirement.

Take a good look at OPENCV...it is powerful and also used a lot in conjunction with neural net image processing.

 

In fact. since you mentioned neural nets, I assumed you were talking about OPENCV :

   Embedded CV.

But now I see! 

When in the dark remember-the future looks brighter than ever.   I look forward to being able to predict the future!