We are once again back with another interesting poll which is on the AI Camera VS Normal Camera.
It's an era very everyone is getting into the AI game implementation of AI in camera for better results and output.
So what is AI and How it works let's find it out below?
Let's get started into it!
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AI is a genre of computer science that examines if we can teach a computer to think or, at least, learn. It's generally split into subsets of technology that try to emulate what humans do, such as speech recognition, voice-to-text dictation, image recognition and face scanning, computer vision, and machine learning. What’s it got to do with cameras? Computational photography and time-saving photo editing, that’s what. And voice-activation.
How does it work?
At its most basic, camera AI on smartphones is used for scene recognition. You fire up the camera app, point your phone at your subject, and it will automatically tune the settings for the best possible shot, depending on what category the subject falls under and other factors like lighting conditions. It’s pretty much the camera’s mode on steroids, but that belies the heavy computational processing that happens, especially even before the camera app is installed on a smartphone.
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Some smartphone camera features come standard and help users set up stellar shots automatically. Other features may have to be activated but are typically easy to access within a phone's camera app.
These are the camera features on your high-end smartphone that make you feel like a professional photographer when you get that perfect shot
Which are very useful and helpful in clicking the images but before that you need to find the scenario and correct a little to get the shot perfect, but in this AI everything comes so quickly and easily by pointing it towards it.
Just imagine pointing the camera towards a person it will deduct and suggest you for portrait vice versa for the scenario.
It's beneficial of AI in real time.
So, what're your thoughts and which do you prefer?
Let us know your votes below!
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