Originally posted by jfj123
You know why there is a word box at the bottom of a sign up form right? And you know that the words are distorted right? Why is that?
YEP! Two reasons.
1. Because you apparently have nothing on topic to discuss and really want my attention.
2. Captcha was invented before there was software that could tell what the subject of a picture is.
The times change. Did you really think that was the perfect, final solution that would never be cracked?
or more...or less... depending on the video.
If you want to get nitpicky, sure. It could be 1. It could be 2000. 1 would make it pretty simple and 2000 fps could be reduced and still contain more
information than anything filmed at the ending frame-rate. Point?
If a system is looking at 1, 2 minute video at 10-60 fps with a known codec...no.
now figure out how many videos are on a multimedia site.
now figure out how many minutes each of those videos is.
now figure out how many video codecs there are.
now figure how many multimedia sites there are in the entire world.
now figure out how many new videos are added per minute, per site in the entire world.
now go back and rescan those sites on a continuous basis to cover all those new videos.
And this in no way seems daunting to you ?
No. You fail to take into account every super computer, every mainframe still in use, every telecommunications company with its own extremely advanced
hardware and software working in tandem with a government who has military technology at least 10 years more advanced than anything you will find at
Bestbuy. You seem sound like because it seems like a big deal to you so it must not be possible. Do you think the idea of every single email, text,
and verbal conversation being recorded and sifted through seemed reasonable a few decades ago? That is a lot of voice recognition software going to
town and unlike video, if you try to process it at different speeds other than real time, you run into issues.
I'm fairly familiar with computers How many have you built from the ground up by the way?
Obviously you missed the point. I was not bragging or asking for a nerd-off. The point is that I, just a regular guy has access to the parts and
software to build a computer that can do this at home. I hate to tell you this but AT&T can beat that by a long shot.
you mean recognition software....ok done
You should also really educate yourself on motion tracking software.
Um no...I mean MOTION TRACKING SOFTWARE
software. You can tell because I said
MOTION TRACKING SOFTWARE. It is one thing to be ignorant, it is quite another to assert some kind of authoritative knowledge and correct someone when
you are doing it based on that ignorance. Clearly you are not up to this discussion and should really stop, try to get on topic. This is not working
out well for you.
JPL's exotic propulsions program is only 1 place.
So...not exactly on a home pc then?
haven't you heard about the new record of 10 miles for quantum teleportation ? It's been all over the news.
I sure have. When did you replicate that with hardware you could buy around town?
Obviously you have no understanding of the difference between plausible science and new discoveries.
You cannot do teleportation, or build a warp drive at home. The idea of mass implementation seems a little daunting. Facial recognition, motion
tracking, image analysis can be done on a home PC. That would mean the idea of supercomputers doing it on a mass scale is not nearly as daunting.
Please, before you attempt to correct me again, look something up.