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The Rise Of Embedded Vision

Clive Maxfield
3/13/2013 03:46 PM EDT

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jlgiddings   3/14/2013 7:43:40 PM
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Attendees at DESIGN West can also attend the Embedded Vision Summit, co-located with DESIGN West. To register, go to http://www.embedded-vision.com/embedded-vision-summit.

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JeffBier   3/14/2013 7:43:04 PM
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If you're interested in learning more about embedded vision, check out the Embedded Vision Summit, a full-day educational event at DESIGN West. Details at http://www.embedded-vision.com/embedded-vision-summit.

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Max The Magnificent   3/14/2013 4:28:31 PM
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It's coming whether you like it or not -- it won't be long before you are discussing philosophical questions with your toaster...

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betajet   3/13/2013 6:00:42 PM
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Comedian Yakov Smirnoff once said: "In America, you watch television. In Soviet Russia, television watch you!" Having seen "1984" at an impressionable age, I'm not at all comfy with having electronic devices watching me.

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