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Pedestrian detection and tracking

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There are reports of the UK having 4 to 6 million surveillance cameras and more and more options are available for domestic uses of CCT Vs. But how can we process all that data? In this talk, I will demonstrate some basic and traditional techniques that can be used for pedestrian detection and tracking, followed by how neural networks improve this process and how practical our current solutions are.

This talk is part of the Churchill CompSci Talks series.

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