Machine Learning to Detect Driver Drowsiness #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Until we have self driving cars, operating while sleepy is actually very dangerous. Researchers are working on an AI solution to detect drowsiness. From Analytics Insights:
The tech companies and institutes have realized the utmost need for machine learning algorithms in drowsiness detection. Scientists have developed this alert system with the help of Video Stream Processing that analyses an eye blink through an Eye Aspect Ratio (EAR) as well as the Euclidean distance of an eye. IoT can send a warning message with a degree of collision along with real-time location data. The Raspberry Pi, OpenCV or Python monitoring system will help in issuing this crucial message on the spot.
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