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Google Research boosts pedestrian detection with GPUs | The Platform

curated by | August 15, 2015

“The complexity involved with real-time pedestrian detection is staggering, especially considering the range of settings, movements, other objects in a particular scene can rapidly change, interact and not just move, but in what manner pedestrians move. … At 15 frames per second, the Google team set a dramatic record that does not sacrifice either speed or accuracy against benchmarks like the Caltech Pedestrian detection metric, which is based on one of a few very large public datasets that leverages a bank of 50,000 “labeled pedestrians” and is comprised of data collected from a color dashboard camera with both rural and urban scenes.”

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