AI for Everyone LESSON 9: Understanding Region of Interest (ROI) in OpenCV

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In this video I will introduce the concept of ROI, or Region of Interest. In Artificial Intelligence, huge computation loads are put on your CPU or GPU. It is an advantage to only analyze smaller areas of your image when possible. These smaller areas are called the region of interest. Today we will help you become familiar with regions of interest in openCV.

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