A Computer Vision Engineer has the vital responsibility to automate tasks that the human visual system takes care of. In short, computer vision engineers develop ways for processing, analyzing, inputting and deconstructing digital images so that a piece of software or hardware on a computer can understand them. The primary programming languages used by Computer Vision Engineer for the processing of images is largely Matlab, Python, C++ and C#.
Demand for Computer Vision Engineers has increased over the years, especially as programs and apps are more likely to use image recognition software. The job market for this field spans across the country. The top 10 list of cities with positions open include Austin, Texas.
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