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There will be 350 million AI cameras in smart cities around the world by 2025

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Experts from the analytical company ABI Research believe that the base of smart cameras equipped with artificial intelligence (AI), installed around the world, will exceed 350 million units in 2025. The use of AI chipsets in CCTV cameras for smart cities will by then become the norm. More than 65% of cameras shipped in 2025 are expected to have at least one AI chip. These cameras will be equipped with deep learning (DL) models to automate and enhance decision-making in applications such as intelligent traffic control, pedestrian surveillance, pedestrian traffic management and security, including early detection of threats.

Currently, most of these workloads are performed either by cloud hosted GO models offered by video analytics providers such as SenseTime, Ipsotek, icentana, and Sentry AI, or by smart cameras and video recorders from companies such as HikVision and Dahua. Analysts acknowledge that both deployment methods have strengths and weaknesses.

Additionally, there will be two technology trends that will catalyze the deployment of deep learning-based machine vision.

The first is edge computing, which allows, instead of deploying certain HE models in smart cameras, which are several times more expensive than conventional cameras, you can place HE models on gateways and local servers. This allows data to be processed and stored at the edge with faster response times compared to cloud infrastructure.

The second is the adoption of 5G. While the network segment will not be commercially ready by 2023, the ability to segment the 5G network allows service providers to offer dedicated network resources to host microservices, provide high service reliability, and seamless device connectivity – all well suited for GO-based machine vision in a smart city. …

Of course, there are obstacles as well. Analysts include distrust of a part of society and the rules associated with the introduction of AI into cameras to them. Human rights defenders around the world fear abuse and oppose the introduction of facial recognition technologies. ABI Research believes that technology providers can be successful if they can demonstrate transparent and explainable civil society models and a willingness to accept open and shared standards and ethics.

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You can turn off “Recommendations” in mobile Chrome

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You can turn off Recommendations in mobile Chrome

Google is preparing to introduce an innovation that will delight many users of the mobile version of the proprietary Chrome browser.

You can turn off

We are talking about the ability to remove the Discover ribbon (Recommendations) from the Chrome New Tab page. On mobile versions of the Google Chrome browser, the new tab page currently hosts a search bar, most viewed websites, and two content feeds. One of them is the traditional Google Discover channel (Google Recommendations), which shows a list of articles recommended for the user by Google algorithms.

You can turn off

Before and after

Soon, the browser should be able to remove this feed – using a special flag #feed-ablation, which will appear on the chrome://flags page. It’s already available in an early test build of Chrome Canary, and is expected to be released with the release of stable Chrome 103 next month.

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Google TV finally has support for user profiles

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Google TV finally has support for user profiles

Google has finally begun rolling out an update to Google TV that brings support for multiple profiles to smart TVs and set-top boxes.

Google TV finally has support for user profiles

Recall that Google TV is not an independent operating system and not renamed Android TV, but an additional shell for Android TV. It debuted on the Chromecast media player in October 2020. Since launch, Google TV users have been complaining about the lack of full support for multiple profiles on the device. The feature was announced in October last year and was scheduled to begin rolling out to devices by the end of the year. However, two months later, Google delayed the launch indefinitely.

Now Google has announced the start of rolling out support for multiple profiles on the same device with Google TV. The feature will not appear instantly for all users, but gradually over the next few weeks.

It will allow you to create a personalized space on one TV for several users with different Google accounts. Each of them can access personalized recommendations, quick access to their watch list, and so on.

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Injustice fixed: Google Assistant arrives on Samsung Galaxy Watch4

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Injustice fixed Google Assistant arrives on Samsung Galaxy Watch4

Owners of the Galaxy Watch4 smartwatch (review) have been waiting for the support of the Google Assistant (Google Assistant) voice assistant since Samsung released it last year. At the time of release, the watch only offered the proprietary Bixby assistant, but now an update with Google Assistant has become available.

Injustice fixed: Google Assistant arrives on Samsung Galaxy Watch4

Note that Google first showed off the Assistant for the Galaxy Watch 4 back in February, but until now, the promised Google Assistant has not been available to Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 users. Now users will be able to download the necessary software directly from the Google Play Store on the device.

Google Assistant will be available in ten regions for the first time, including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, the UK and the US.

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